Humanitas and the human genome: a guiding principle for decision making
Free Inquiry 2002-2003 Winter; 23(1): 34-37
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Freedom in responsibility: on the relevance on "sin" as a hermeneutic guiding principle in bioethical decision making Grab-Schmidt, Elisabeth (2005-08)This essay deals with questions of responsibility concerning technology, in particular, gene technology and the special problem of research on embryos. I raise issues concerning the extent of humans' authority to act and ...
Using Genes to Build (Better People) and Repair (Social Ills) [review of THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT AND THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE, edited by Thomas H. Murray, Mark A. Rothstein, and Robert F. Murray Jr.; THE ETHICS OF HUMAN GENE THERAPY, by LeRoy Walters and Julie Gage Palmer] Lagay, Faith L. (1997-09)