This work offers and examines the contributions of James Sellers to the field of ethics. His seminal contributions to health care (medical) ethics, public ethics, contemporary theology, and human rights' issues are underscored through a careful selection of representative writings. Students and scholars of ethics, religion, philosophy, and medicine will find this book engaging and constructive. Cogently argued and presented, the work is ably anchored in the disciplines yet never removed from the practices of everyday life.
New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1991. 242 pp.
Contents: This work illuminates the indebtedness of modern theological ethics and medical ethics to the civil rights' movement
and other traditions of justice. The lifelong contributions of James Sellers serve as the key texts for this purpose.