The Human embryo :Aristotle and the Arabic and European traditions /edited by G.R. Dunstan

Dublin Core

Title

The Human embryo :Aristotle and the Arabic and European traditions /edited by G.R. Dunstan

Author

Dunstan, G.R.,editor

Publisher

Exeter, Devon, England:University of Exeter Press,1990.

Place of Publication

England: Exeter, Devon

No. of Pages

235 p.

Language

English

Publication Date

19900000

Primary Classification

4.4

Secondary Classification

4.4;1.1

Primary keywords

Arab world--[pri];beginning of life--[pri];embryos--[pri];fetuses--[pri];historical aspects--[pri];moral status--[pri];Western world--[pri]

Secondary keywords

abortion;ancient history;Christian ethics;contraception;cross-cultural comparison;early modern history;embryonic development;fetal development;Islamic ethics;Islamic medicine;Jewish ethics;medicine;medieval history;modern history;religion;science;theology

Subject

Aristotle;Dante Alighieri;Galen

Primary Document Type

b

Call Number

QM601 .H85 1990

Bibliography

Includes references

ISBN

859893405

Collection

Citation

“The Human embryo :Aristotle and the Arabic and European traditions /edited by G.R. Dunstan,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 18, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33391.