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    Philosophy of Religion: Selected Readings (edited book)
    Oxford University Press. 2001.
    This excellent anthology in the philosophy of religion examines the basic classical and a host of contemporary issues in thirteen thematic sections. Assuming little or no familiarity with the religious concepts it addresses, it provides a well-balanced and accessible approach to the field. The articles cover the standard topics in the field, including religious experience, theistic arguments, the problem of evil, and miracles, as well as topics that have gained the attention of philosophers of r…Read more
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    The science-religion debate is a hot topic in academic circles and contemporary culture, and evolution makes the subject particularly contentious. Does modern science tip the scales toward atheism? Or does religion have resources to support its credibility and relevance? And how does evolution influence both worldviews?Comprehensive, balanced, and engaging, Science, Evolution, and Religion provides a dynamic yet respectful introduction to the science-religion debate, framed as a conflict between…Read more
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    A multicenter study of key stakeholders' perspectives on communicating with surrogates about prognosis in intensive care units
    with W. G. Anderson, J. W. Cimino, N. C. Ernecoff, A. Ungar, K. J. Shotsberger, P. la PolliceBuddadhumaruk, S. S. Carson, Curtis Jr, C. L. Hough, B. Lo, M. A. Matthay, J. S. Steingrub, and D. B. White
    Copyright © 2015 by the American Thoracic Society. Rationale: Surrogates of critically ill patients often have inaccurate expectations about prognosis. Yet there is little research on how intensive care unit clinicians should discuss prognosis, and existing expert opinion-based recommendations give only general guidance that has not been validated with surrogate decision makers. Objective: To determine the perspectives of key stakeholders regarding how prognostic information should be conveyed i…Read more
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