BRAINE, David. British, b. 1940. Genres: Medicine/Health, Ethics. Career: University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, lecturer, 1965-89. University of Aberdeen, honorary lecturer, 1989-. Publications: Medical Ethics and Human Life, 1982; The Reality of Time and the Existence of God, 1988; (ed. and contributor with H. Lesser) Ethics, Technology and Medicine, 1988; The Human Person: Animal and Spirit, 1992. Address: 104/106 High St., Old Aberdeen AB2 3HE, Scotland.
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