For over 50 years, John P. "Jack" Sisson has been a tireless advocate for social justice. He is an educator, author, entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist and community organizer. See a summary of his achievements here.
Links to articles about Jack's life and interests, by him and others, are here.
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Jack's site hosts his weblog for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivors, their loved ones and the larger medical community. The purpose of this blog is to review alternative treatments and therapies for TBI and to offer a forum for issues related to TBI, including coverage of:
You may also be interested in an ongoing, intermittently updated project here: Jack's book on his experiences with TBI, and how the medical community has worked with him (and sometimes not) in coming to terms with the condition.
Jack believes we must find new ways through many ethical issues, especially regarding bioethics, medical ethics, and criminal justice.
He holds a special interest in helping to resolve conflicts about the beginning of human life: how parties on both sides of the issue can find common ground, while honoring both their own principles and the principled opinions of others. After much thought and study, Jack developed his own thesis as an answer to the question. The Web centerpiece of this interest is his weblog on the subject. It focuses on numerous areas of concern, including the philosophical and ethical dilemmas, stem-cell research, and abortion.