Professor David Albert Jones is Professor of Bioethics in the School of Theology, Philosophy and History at St Mary's University. He has worked particularly on issues at the beginning (status of the embryo) and end (brain death) of life.
Embryo, Cloning etc.
Cloning & Stem Cell Research, Submission to House of Lord Select Cttee, June 2001.
Bill Worth Disputing, The Tablet, Nov 2007.
Cybrid Vigour, Letter to New Scientist, Feb 2008.
Letter to The Times on Human Fertilization and Embryology Bill, Mar 2008.
Letter to the Guardian on Bill, Mar 2008.
We are stepping out of the ethical mainstream and into murky waters, THES, May 2008.
Embryo Bill Dangers, Letter to The Telegraph (at bottom of page), May 2008.
End of Life
Nagging Doubts About Brain Death, CMQ, Feb 1995.
Statement Opposing Brain Death Criteria, 2000 [signatory]
The Hippocratic Oath: Its Content & The Limits To Its Adaptation, CMQ, August 2003.
What The Catholic Church Really Thinks About Medical Research, Guardian, Aug 2008
Report on views on presumed consent in HFEA, THES, Nov 2008.
Reviews of Books by Jones
The Soul of the Embryo
Francis Phillips, Theotokos, 2005
John Keown, CMF, Spring 2006
Approaching the End: A Theological Exploration of Death & Dying
David B. Fletcher, Themelios, Sept 2008.
Topic: Jones, David
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