Brain death in Islamic jurisprudence

Dublin Core

Title

Brain death in Islamic jurisprudence

Author

Sachedina, Abdulaziz

Publisher

Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia,n.d.

No. of Pages

7 p. ; [Online]. Accessed:http://people.virginia.edu/~aas/article/article6.htm [2007 April 2]

Language

English

Publication Date

0

Primary Classification

20.2.1

Secondary Classification

20.2.1;1.2

Primary keywords

attitudes to death--[pri];brain death--[pri];determination of death--[pri];decision making--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri]

Secondary keywords

communitarianism;Islamic councils;Koran;modern Muslim religious scholars;motivation;Muslim world;organ donation;persistent vegetative state;personhood;physician's role;policy making;prolongation of life;resource allocation;sharia;social impact;standards;theology;withholding treatment

Subject

Council of Islamic Jurisprudence;Iran

Note

34

Primary Document Type

m

Call Number

file

Subject Captions

n

Collection

Citation

“Brain death in Islamic jurisprudence,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed February 21, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33284.