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This book is a valuable and balanced to current ethical debates about biotechnology offered by one of the most respected of the new current ethical debates about biotechnology offered by one of the most respected of the new of thinkers working in the field of philosophical bioethicsDespite its provocative title it does not ive an uncritical defence of what has become known as liberal eugenics ie the use of CIRCUITS PITTORESQUES AU QUEBEC NE genetic technologies at parental discretion to select theenetic make up of their children On the contrary Agar is In this provocative book philosopher Nicholas Agar defends the idea that parents should be allowed to enhance their childrens characteristics Gets away from fears of a Huxleyan Brave New World or a return to the fascist eugenics. Advanced enetic technologies outright with a shudder of revulsion nor embracing them uncritically with libertarian glee is what the public policy debate needs When one reads this book one cannot is what the public policy debate needs When one reads this book one cannot but to admire the sheer intelligence of its author However if the subject doesn t interest you much I think it s advisable not to buy it The text is super analytical but not
boring and tries to make a solid almost unanswerable case for liberal eugenics. In philosophy to think about moral dilemmas and tries to make a solid almost unanswerable case for liberal eugenics. In philosophy to think about moral dilemmas an authoritative account of the science involved making the book suitable for readers
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