Protestant traditions of the Backgrounds of Bioethics. Part 2

@inproceedings{Sass2018ProtestantTO,
  title={Protestant traditions of the Backgrounds of Bioethics. Part 2},
  author={H. Sass},
  year={2018}
}
Term and concept of bioethics (Bio-Ethik) originally were developed by Fritz Jahr, a Protestant Pastor in Halle an der Saale in 1927, long before  the period, when bioethics in the modern sense was recreated in the US in 1970s and since that time has spread globally. Jahr’s bioethical imperative, influenced by Christian and humanist traditions from Assisi to Schopenhauer and by Buddhist philosophy holds its own position against Kant’s anthropological imperative and against dogmatic Buddhist… CONTINUE READING