Network for the Definition of Death  

   

Brain Injury and Brain Death Resources 

Contents

Brain Death Resources

Anencephaly Resources

Neurological Anatomy, Diagnosis and Therapy Resources

Neurological Rehabilitation and Remediation

Philosophy of Life, Consciousness and Personhood

 

Brain Death Resources

 

Are the brain dead really dead?

 

Japanese Brain Death Controversy

 

Diagnosing Brain Death


Persistent Vegetative State


Religious Views

 

Anencephaly

 

Neurological Resources


Neurological Organizations


Educational Resources in Brain Sciences

 

Neurological Rehabilitation and Remediation

Spinal Cord Repair

 

Neural Growth Factors


Stem Cells and Neural Tissue Transplants 


Neural Prosthetics 


Nanotechnology

Philosophy of Mind and Personhood

Persons, Humanity, and the Definition of Death by John P. Lizza
 

Twice Dead is Margaret Lock's comparison of the adoption of the concept of brain death in Japan and the United States.

Brain Death : Proceedings of the Second International on Brain Death, Havana, Cuba...
($190)

Definition of Death: Contemporary Controversies
Editors Stuart Youngner, Robert Arnold, Renie Schapiro. 1999.

 

The Ethics of Organ Transplants : 
The Current Debate
Editors Arthur Caplan, Daniel Coelho. 1999.

 

 

ABC of Brain Stem Death
Harley Pallis. 1999.

 

Brain Death : Philosophical Concepts and Problems
Tom Russell. 2000.

 

Death, Brain Death and Ethics
David Lamb. 1996.

 

Coma and Impaired Consciousness: A Clinical Perspective. 
Ed. G. Bryan Young. 1998.

 

Confronting Traumatic Brian Injury : Devastation, Hope, and Healing
William J. Winslade. 1999.

 

Saying Goodbye to Daniel : When Death Is the Best Choice
by Juliet Cassuto Rothman

 

A Cross-Cultural Look at Death, Dying and Religion. Joan Parry, Angela Ryan. 1995. 

 

Neuroprosthetics: From Basic Research to Clinical Application.
Biomedical and Health Research Program (Biomed) of the European Union. 1996.
($140)

 

Nanomedicine. Robert Freitas. 1999.

 

The Cyborg Handbook
by Chris Hables Gray (Editor), 1996.

 

 

Defining Personhood.
Sarah Bishop Merrill. 1998.

 

Reasons and Persons. Derek Parfit. 1986.

 

Rethinking Life and Death: The Collapse of our Traditional Ethics. Peter Singer. 1996

 

The Metaphysics of Death. John Martin Fischer. 1993.


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