Ethics of Re-Membering and Remembering: Considering Disability and Biotechnology
New Zealand Bioethics Journal 2003 June; 4(2): 21-31
Encompassed within forecasts offered by proponents of biotechnology about cures and control of disease and disability, are also predictions of an enhanced society. However, if the citizenship of our society is to be `re-membered' in the future with processes of elimination being employed on some potential lives deemed not worth living, deep ethical scrutiny is required.
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