The Ethics of Human Cloning

The Ethics of Human Cloning

Book - 1998
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This accessible volume promises to inform the public policy debate over the permissible conduct of genetic research and the permissible uses of its discoveries.

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Kass, a noted teacher, scientist, and humanist, and Wilson, a political scientist, explore the ethics of human cloning, reproductive technology, and the teleology of human sexuality. Although in their lively dialog both authors share a distrust of the notion of human cloning, they base their reticence on different views of the roles of sexual reproduction and the family. 5.25x8.5. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : AEI Press, 1998
ISBN: 9780844740508
Branch Call Number: 174.25 Ka 1998
Characteristics: xxi, 101 pages ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Wilson, James Q


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