Jewish Law and the New Reproductive Technologies.
by feldman, Emanuel and Wolowelsky, Joel B.
Ktav Publishing House, Inc.
Hoboken, New Jersey
Octavo in dust jacket, viii, 186 pp., notes
Introduction by the editors. Articles are "Rabbinic Conception of Conception: An Exercise in Fertility," Edward Reichman, "Generation, Gestation and Judaism," Azriel Rosenfeld, "In Vitro Fertilization: Questions of Maternal Identity and Conversion," J. David Bleich, "Ovum Donations: A Rabbinic Conceptual Model of Modernity," Ezra Bick, "Maternal Identity Revisited," J. David Bleich, "Male Fertility: Halakhic Issues in Investigation and Management," Yoel Jacobovits, "Sperm Banking in Anticipation of Infertility," J. David Bleich, "Halakhic Approaches to the Resolution of Disputes Concerning the Disposition of Preembyros," Yitzchok A. Breitowitz.
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 82759