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Values, Principles, Perspectives and Attitudes in Bioethics

Values, Principles, Perspectives and Attitudes in Bioethics Asian Bioethics Review (2022) 14:213–215 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41649-022-00209-2 EDITORIAL NOTES Graeme T. Laurie Published online: 16 June 2022 © National University of Singapore and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2022 The importance of seeking out, and seeking to understand, diverse perspectives in bioethics is the common theme uniting the papers in this July 2002 issue of Asian Bioethics Review. Our first three papers demonstrate how a commitment to Islamic principles and values brings insights into very different fields of bioethics; being neuroethics, the reproductive health and choices of adolescents, and the appropriate- ness of incentive measures in organ donation in a Muslim-majority country. And while organ donation debates have raged for decades, we also examine new argu- ments about the defensibility of mandated choice to address the globally stubborn problem of organ shortage. Returning to reproductive ethics from another perspec- tive, our penultimate paper examines feminist arguments about the acceptability (or otherwise) of altruistic surrogacy practices in the light of the recent Surrogacy (Reg- ulation) Act 2021 in India. This law now makes such practices the only lawful basis for a surrogacy arrangement on the sub-continent. Finally, to continue the interdisci- plinary contributions of this journal to tackling the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, our http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Bioethics Review Springer Journals

Values, Principles, Perspectives and Attitudes in Bioethics

Asian Bioethics Review , Volume 14 (3) – Jul 1, 2022

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Asian Bioethics Review (2022) 14:213–215 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41649-022-00209-2 EDITORIAL NOTES Graeme T. Laurie Published online: 16 June 2022 © National University of Singapore and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2022 The importance of seeking out, and seeking to understand, diverse perspectives in bioethics is the common theme uniting the papers in this July 2002 issue of Asian Bioethics Review. Our first three papers demonstrate how a commitment to Islamic principles and values brings insights into very different fields of bioethics; being neuroethics, the reproductive health and choices of adolescents, and the appropriate- ness of incentive measures in organ donation in a Muslim-majority country. And while organ donation debates have raged for decades, we also examine new argu- ments about the defensibility of mandated choice to address the globally stubborn problem of organ shortage. Returning to reproductive ethics from another perspec- tive, our penultimate paper examines feminist arguments about the acceptability (or otherwise) of altruistic surrogacy practices in the light of the recent Surrogacy (Reg- ulation) Act 2021 in India. This law now makes such practices the only lawful basis for a surrogacy arrangement on the sub-continent. Finally, to continue the interdisci- plinary contributions of this journal to tackling the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, our

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Published: Jul 1, 2022

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