YES TO HUMAN CLONING: IMMORTALITY THANKS TO SCIENCE!
London/Los Angeles: Tagman Press, 2001. 172 p.
Cloning; Science; Religious Ethics; Value / Quality of Life; Science, Technology, and Society; Reproduction / Reproductive Technologies; Cloning; Genetics, Molecular Biology and Microbiology; Environmental Quality; Agricultural Ethics; Information Science Ethics; Prolongation of Life and Euthanasia;
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Dawood, Bishoy (2009-09)This paper discusses the topic of engineering immortality, which is used as an ethical argument in support of human cloning. While many of the legal and religious responses to the ethical issue of human cloning focus on ...