1. According to “Chapter 1: A Genealogy of American Public Bioethics,” what is the basic, core argument of O. Carter Snead’s What It Means to Be Human? Which of the sections (list 2-3) from “Chapter 1: A Genealogy of American Public Bioethics” (pp. 13-64) did you find most interesting and why?
2. From the “Introduction” of The Way of Medicine by Farr Curlin and Christopher Tollefsen: Please briefly compare and contrast the provider of services model for medicine (pp. 2-4) with the Way of Medicine (pp. 4-6). Which model do you find more compelling, and why?