羅秉祥博士
LO, Ping-cheung, Ph.D.

Associate Dean,
Faculty of Arts

Professor,
Department of Religion and   Philosophy

Director,
Centre for Applied Ethics

Hong Kong Baptist University

 

香港浸會大學

文學院 副院長

宗教哲學系 教授

應用倫理學研究中心 主任

 

phone: (852) 3411 7292
fax: (852) 3411 7379   

E-mail: pclo@hkbu.edu.hk

 

         
       
   
         
 

REL 1280 Introduction to Christianity and Civilizations

This course is an introductory survey of some vast influences that Christianity has had for Western as well as for Chinese civilizations. Both its successes and failures will be scrutinized. Topics to be discussed include higher learning, art, modern science, politics, society, war, cross-cultural exchange, etc. It also provides an overview of the major phases of development of Western Christianity.

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Lecture 1 Early Church
 
Lecture 2 Monasticism
 
Lecture 3 Scholasticism and the Rise of Universities  
 
Lecture 4 Church-state Relationship
 
Lecture 5 Crusades
 
Lecture 6a Renaissance Humanism
 
Lecture 6b Renaissance Art
 
Lecture 7 Reformation
 
Lecture 8 Colonialism Just War
 
Lecture 10 Liberal Democracy
 
Lecture 11 Matteo Ricci
 
Lecture 12 Counter-Reformation Art    
 

BMS 2250 Medical Ethics

This course is an introduction to medical ethics. Medicine and ethics are interwoven in a number of ways. First, medicine as a profession means that physicians need to be sensitive to professional ethics as other professionals do. Second, the clinical encounter between physicians and patients requires both parties to reflect on the moral propriety of the many-faceted therapeutic relationship. Third, some medical therapy and treatment might be medically effective but morally controversial. This course provides an overview of these issues.

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Lecture 1  What Is Ethics
 
 
       

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