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Introduction 1. Contemporary Bioethics and the 'Sin' of the Common Morality 2. The Technique of Bioethics and the Freedom for Encounter 3. The Isolated Will and the Freedom for Agency 4. An Anxious Institution and the Freedom for Human Life Conclusion Notes Bibliography
Ashley John Moyse is a Research Associate at both Vancouver School of Theology at the University of British Columbia, Canada, and Trinity College at the University of Divinity, Melbourne, Australia. His research has been presented and published internationally. He is also a co-editor of the forthcoming Correlating Sobornost: Karl Barth in Conversation with the Russian Orthodox Tradition and The Church in Self-Dispossession: Select Writings of Donald M. MacKinnon.
"The book demonstrates careful research, detailed argumentation, and creative connections between various fields. ... Overall, I think Moyse succeeds in what he sets out to do. ... his work adeptly connects theology and bioethics in surprising and helpful ways. ... Moyse does an excellent job of showing how theology can interrupt and potentially transform bioethics in a way that refuses to retreat into abstractions and instead meets individual patients where they are: in the heat of crisis." (Jacob Shatzer, Ethics & Medicine, Vol. 33 (1), 2017)