Reprogenetics and the "parents have always done it" argument.
The Hastings Center report 2011 Jan-Feb; 41(1): 43-9
A common argument in favor of using reprogenetic technologies to enhance children goes like this: parents have always aimed at enhancing their children through upbringing and education, so why not use new tools to accomplish the same goal? But reprogenetics differs significantly from good childrearing and education, in its means, if not its ends.
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