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H. Tristram Engelhardt

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[[Image:Engelhardt_photo.jpg|frame|right]]Professor '''Hugo Tristram Engelhardt, Jr.''', M.D., Ph.D., was born in Texas in 1941. Upon his [[conversion]] to Orthodoxy, he took the name Herman, after [[Herman of Alaska]]. Holding doctorates in medicine (Tulane University, 1972) and philosophy (University of Texas, 1969), his principal research has been in the area of [[bioethics]]. His major contribution to Orthodox [[ethics]] is his book, ''The Foundations of Christian Bioethics''. He is presently Professor of Philosophy at Rice University and Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, both in Houston, Texas.
==Books==
*''The Foundations of Christian Bioethics''. LiiseLisse: Swets & Zeitlinger, 2000. (ISBN 902651557X) *''The Foundations of Bioethics'', 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.(ISBN 0195057368)*''Bioethics and Secular Humanism: The Search for a Commmon Common Morality''. Trinity Press, 1991.(ISBN 1563380005)*''Mind-Body: A Categorical Relation''. Nijhoff: Springer, 1973.(ISBN 9024715504) ==Videos==A number of video presentations are available from the [http://ethicscenter.nd.edu/archives/videos.shtml Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture]:* Healthcare Reform (with Charles Dougherty)* Civic Virtue and Public Discourse: Pursuing the Good in a Postmodern Age* After Christendom: The Moralization of Religion and the Culture of Death* Hegel, Nietzsche, Vattimo, and John Rawls: Religious Discussion in the Public Forum after the Death of God ==External links==* [http://philosophy.rice.edu/content.aspx?id=90 Dr. Engelhardt's Faculty page at Rice University]* Extended [http://cohesion.rice.edu/administration/fis/report/FacultyDetail.cfm?DivID=1&DeptID=59&RiceID=362 bibliography of works by Engelhardt].
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