Altered nuclear transfer, gift, and mystery: an Aristotelian-Thomistic response to David L. Schindler
Petri, J. Thomas
National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 2007 Winter; 7(4): 729-747
The leaders of the resistance against not only ANT-OAR and ANT-Cdx2 but any ANT procedure are two editors of Communio, David Schindler and Adrian Walker. Both scholars offer what they hold to be an Aristotelian-Thomistic objection to any ANT procedure. While many of their intuitions resonate with Aristotelians and Thomists, I do not believe they have represented either the Philosopher or the Common Doctor accurately. This article focuses almost exclusively on the Schindler's reading of Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas to show why his reading of them cannot be used to mount an effective objection against ANT on strictly Aristotelian-Thomistic grounds.
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