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Paperback / softback
תאריך יציאה לאור
1 באפר׳ 2018
שם סדרה
Brill Research Perspectives
The theme of this BRP is the right to procreate in the Israeli context. Our discussion of this right includes the implementation of the right to procreate, restrictions on the right (due to societal, legal, or religious concerns), and the effect of the changing conception of the right to procreate (both substantively and in practice) on core family concepts.
The main argument in this BRP is that assisted reproduction in Israel gives expression to and develops the right to procreate. It is a complex right, and therefore at times no consensus has been reached on the form of its actual application (as in the case of surrogacy and egg donation, and, from a different direction, in that of posthumous sperm retrieval). This right, however, despite the debates on its boundaries, is widely accepted, practiced, and even encouraged in the Israeli context, with a constructive collaboration of three main elements: the Israeli civil legal system, religious law (which in the context of the Israeli majority is Jewish law), and Israeli society and culture.
מידע נוסף
עמודים 62
פורמט Paperback / softback
ISBN10 9004346066
יצא לאור ב Leiden
תאריך יציאה לאור 1 באפר׳ 2018
תוכן עניינים Abstract; Introduction; Chapter 1. The Right to Procreate in Surrogacy and Egg Donation: Legal Arrangements, Difficulties, and Challenges: I. Background II. Surrogacy and Egg Donation: Restricted Openness A. Preserving the Traditional, Heterosexual Family Structure B. The Centrality of Genetic Connections C. Protecting Religious Interests III. Proposals for Changing the Current Legal Situation Chapter 2. The Right to Posthumous Procreation: I. Background II. The Parents' Right to Posthumous Fertilization III. The Future of the Parents' Right to Posthumous Fertilization: Two Concepts of the Right to Procreation A. The Supreme Court vs. Proposed Legislation: Two Concepts B. The Ancient Predecessor of the Two-Concepts Model IV. Posthumous Fertilization: Modern Jewish Law V. Summary Chapter 3. Conceptual Implications of the Modern Right to Procreate: I. Background II. Israeli Family Law Concepts of Parenthood: Considerate Functionalism III. Jewish Law Concepts of Parenthood in the Israeli Context IV. Conclusions: Functional Parenthood and Conceptual Dynamism Chapter 4. The Modern Right to Procreate: Basic Jewish Law Approaches: I. Background II. Areas of Tension III. Jewish Law under Societal Pressure IV. Closing Remarks.
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