About the editor: Jacques J. Rozenberg has, for more than two decades, developed his research on anthropology and its relationship to biology, psychopathology, and ethics. He is the author of Bio-cognition de l’individualité (1992), Philosophie et Folie (1994), La bioéthique Corps et Âme (1999), From the Unconscious to Ethics (1999), and L’éthique, le Sens et la Vie (forthcoming). He is the editor of Sense and Nonsense. Philosophical, Clinical and Ethical Perspectives (1996), and the co-editor of The Philosophical Roots of Anti-Semitism (forthcoming).
2003 0-7734-6608-8 Interdisciplinary essays on the ethical issues which encompassed the trials and Code of Nuremberg have been collated from researchers from various countries in fields as diverse as medicine, bioethics, psychoanalysis, history, philosophy, Jewish thought, law, and ethics. The book focuses on five main areas: the juridical originality of the Nuremberg trials; the scientific, epistemological, and psychoanalytic backgrounds of racism and anti-Semitism; the biomedical and bioethical issues of the Nuremberg Code; a post-Nuremberg historical, ethical, and philosophical study of the notion of a ‘crime against humanity’; and the Jewish perspective on purity, impurity, race, and the universal ethical expectations of mankind. The goal of the interdisciplinary study is to outline the necessary components of a bridge between science ethics, and ethics and law.