Parental Responsibility in the Context of Neuroscience and Genetics

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ISBN: 978-3-319-42832-1 (Print) 978-3-319-42834-5 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 1-12

    Parental Responsibility: A Moving Target

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    Pages 13-33

    Normative Responsibilities: Structure and Sources

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    Pages 35-54

    Disorders Are Reduced Normativity Emerging from the Relationship Between Organisms and Their Environment

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    Pages 55-72

    Advances in Genetics and Neuroscience: A Challenge for Personalizing Child and Youth Health Care?

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    Pages 73-90

    Raising Self-Controlled Children. A Philosophical Analysis of Neuroscience and Social Psychology Perspectives

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    Pages 91-103

    Direct Electrical Stimulation of the Developing Brain: Who Decides?

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    Pages 105-119

    Neurological Diversity and Epigenetic Influences in Utero. An Ethical Investigation of Maternal Responsibility Towards the Future Child

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    Pages 121-131

    Prenatal Child Protection. Ethics of Pressure and Coercion in Prenatal Care for Addicted Pregnant Women

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    Pages 133-151

    The Confused Stork: Gender Identity Development, Parental and Social Responsibilities

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    Pages 153-166

    The Lack of an Obligation to Select the Best Child: Silencing the Principle of Procreative Beneficence

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    Pages 167-187

    Parental Responsibility and the Principle of Procreative Beneficence in Light of Assisted Reproductive Technologies

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    Pages 189-205

    Should Parents Take Active Steps to Preserve Their Children’s Fertility?

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    Pages 207-217

    Family Responsibilities and Genetic Disorders in Yoruba Culture: The Example of Sickle Cell Anaemia

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    Pages 219-236

    Parental Autonomy and Responsibility in the Context of Prenatal Diagnosis. Views and Attitudes of Belgian Healthcare Professionals and Families

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 237-246