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MORIOKA Masahiro

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■Current Position:

Professor, Osaka Prefecture University

■Research Area:

◆Life Studies

Bioethics

Organ Transplantation/Brain Death


■Academic Achievements

◆MORIOKA Masahiro & SUGITA Syunsuke April 20, 2010 "Herbivore Men and Sex Violence", Freeter’s Free, a Limited Liability Partnership (Eds.) April 20, 2010 Whose Feminism Is It?: Collection of Dialogues by Freeter's Free, Jjimbun Shoin, 252p. ISBN-10:4409240862 ISBN-13: 9784409240861 1890 yen [amazon][kinokuniya]

◆2007 "Is it Morally Acceptable to Remove Organs from Brain-Dead Children?", Lancet Neurology Vol.6:90
http://www.lifestudies.org/braindeadchildren.html

◆January 25, 2006 "The Ethics of Human Cloning and the Sprout of Human Life", ROETZ Heiner (ed.) Cross-Cultural Issues in Bioethics: The Example of Human Cloning Rodopi, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp.1-16.
http://www.lifestudies.org/cloning01.html

◆2004 "Current Debate on the Ethical Issues of Brain Death", Proceedings of International Congress on Ethical Issues in Brain Death and Organ Transplantation:57-59
http://www.lifestudies.org/braindeath02.html

◆2004 "Cross-cultural Approaches to the Philosophy of Life in the Contemporary World:From Bioethics to Life Studies", SLEEBOOM Margaret (ed.) Genomics in Asia: A Clash of Bioethical Interests?, Kegan Paul, London, England, pp.179-199.
http://www.lifestudies.org/cross-cultural.html

◆May 2002 "Disability Movement and Inner Eugenic Thought: A Philosophical Aspect of Independent Living and Bioethics", Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 12(May 2002),94-97.
http://www.lifestudies.org/disability01.html

◆2001 "Reconsidering Brain Death: A Lesson from Japan’s Fifteen Years of Experience", Hastings Center Report 31, No.4: 41-46
http://www.lifestudies.org/reconsidering.html

◆MORIOKA Masahiro & SUGIMOTO Tateo 2001 "A Proposal for Revision of the Organ Transplantation Law Based on A Child Donor’s Prior Declaration", Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 11:108-110
http://www.lifestudies.org/transplantation01.html

◆2000 "Two Aspects of Brain Dead Being", Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 10:10-11
http://www.lifestudies.org/brain01.html

◆1998 "What do We Learn from Japanese Feminist Bioethics?", Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 8 (1998),183-184. Also Reprinted in Women's Health Journal, July (2003)
http://www.lifestudies.org/feminism01.html

◆1995 "Bioethics and Japanese Culture: Brain Death, Patients' Rights, and Cultural Factors", Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 5:87-90
http://www.lifestudies.org/japanese.html

◆1994 "Toward International and Cross-cultural Bioethics", Norio Fujiki, M.D. & Darryl R.J. Macer, Ph.D. (eds.) Intractable Neurological Disorders, Human Genome Research and Society. Proceedings of the Third International Bioethics Seminar in Fukui, Eubios Ethics Institute,(1994):293-295
http://www.lifestudies.org/international01.html

◆1991 "The Concept of Inochi: A Philosophical Perspective on the Study of Life", Japan Review Vol.2:83-115
http://www.lifestudies.org/inochi.html

◆March 6, 1989 Brain Dead Person: from the viewpoint of life studies, Tokyo Shoseki, Tokyo
http://www.lifestudies.org/braindeadperson00.html


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