Ethics and neurology in the Islamic world. Continuity and change

  title={Ethics and neurology in the Islamic world. Continuity and change},
  author={Anna Vanzan Paladin},
  journal={The Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences},
  • A. V. Paladin
  • Published 1 August 1998
  • Medicine
  • The Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences
The continuous developments in medicine and, consequently, in medical ethics, create new questions for Muslim physicians, medical jurists and religious authorities. This paper focuses on some aspects of Islamic medical ethics, with particular references to neuroethics, in the light of past and present Muslim literature.SommarioLe continue scoperte in campo medico creano problemi d’ordine etico a medici, giuristi e autorità religiose del mondo islamico. Questo articolo esamina alcuni aspetti… 
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