Against "genetic dis-enhancement": an argument for a substantive restriction on the right to reproductive autonomy
In: Adams, Frederick, ed. Ethical Issues for the Twenty-First Century. Charlottesville, VA: Philosophy Documentation Center, 2005: 57-67
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Reproductive autonomy rights and genetic disenhancement: sidestepping the argument from backhanded benefit Harvey, Martin (2004)John Robertson has famously argued that the right to reproductive autonomy is exceedingly broad in scope. That is, as long as a particular reproductive preference such as having a deaf child is "determinative" of the ...