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Rationality and the Genetic Challenge: Making People Better? (Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics) 1st Edition
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"This book thoughtfully presents work by major authors along the entire ideological spectrum....The coherent analysis and fair presentation of each thinker's case for and against genetic procedures, testing, and research show how notions of God, community, agency, and the self lead thinkers to different positions on genetic procedures....This important guide to work on genetics and ethics would be a helpful addition to collections in both bioethics and philosophy."
Should we make people healthier, smarter and longer-lived if medical advances enable us to do so? In the context of developments such as genetic testing, stem cell research and gene therapy, Matti Häyry explores topics including parental responsibility, the use of people as means and the dignity of life.
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