Bioethics: An Anthology, edited by Udo Schüklenk (Professor of Philosophy and Ontario Research Chair in Bioethics, Queen’s University) and Peter Singer (W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University), is now in its Fourth Edition.
From Wiley: “For more than two decades, Bioethics: An Anthology has been widely regarded as the definitive single-volume compendium of seminal readings on both traditional and cutting-edge ethical issues in biology and medicine. … Now fully revised and updated, the fourth edition contains a wealth of new content on ethical questions and controversies related to the COVID-19 pandemic, advances in CRISPR gene editing technology, physician-assisted death, public health and vaccinations, transgender children, medical aid in dying, the morality of ending the lives of newborns, and much more”.
The volume also includes four entries authored or co-authored by Schüklenk on topics such as conscientious objection in medicine and why the duty of healthcare professionals to treat during a pandemic is contingent on personal protective equipment (PPE). Schüklenk’s many other recent publications can be found on his webpage.