London Conference Reviews Widespread Deadly Care
by Anne Barbeau Gardiner
Religion must not be ignored if we are to treat human life with absolute respect and seriousness, said Irish Bishop Donal Murray, giving the opening address at the fourth annual conference of the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics, held in London in early July. Without it, the scientific approach can lead to an inadequate idea of humanity and the “betrayal of trust” by those charged with caring for the incapacitated.
The reason, explained David Albert Jones, is that “personhood” today is defined as a status one can acquire or lose. This makes our common humanity subject to arbitrary tests, s . . .
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