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Introduction: A Short History of Bioethics in Japan. (T. Takahashi). Chapter 1. A Synthesis of Bioethics and Environmental Ethics Founded upon the Concept of Care: Toward a Japanese Approach to Bioethics. (T. Takahashi). Chapter 2. On Human Dignity: Japan and the West. (S. Nakayama). Chapter 3. Moral Thinking about the Embryo-Fetus Period: Reconsidering the Problems of Identity and Existence. (H. Yahata). Chapter 4. Changes of Bioethical Perspective of Japanese Clinical Geneticists about Repro-Genetics during 1995-2001. (E. Shinoki, I. Matsuda). Chapter 5. Competency Testing in Medical and Psychiatric Practice: Legal and Psychological Concepts and Dilemmas. (T. Kitamura, F. Kitamura). Chapter 6. Care for the Elderly in Japan: Past, Present and Future. (T. Saga). Chapter 7. Nursing of Dying Patients: From the Viewpoint of Cultural Background of Attending Death. (T. Morita). Chapter 8. Cell Death: its style and significance. (H. Saya). Chapter 9. The Natural Funeral (shizensou) in Japan Today: Movement, Background, and the Next World. (H. Taguchi). Chapter 10. Medical Business Ethics: The HIV-Tainted-Blood Affair in Japan. (T. Tanaka). Chapter 11. Minamata Disease as "Soul": An Uncertain "Alternative Future" in the Modern Japanese State. (K. Keida). Chapter 12. The Global Lessons of Minamata Disease: An Introduction to Minamata Studies. (M. Harada).

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