The Moral Status of the Human Embryo: A Tradition Recalled
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1984 Mar; 10(1): 38-44.
An Anglican theologian contends that the claim to absolute protection for the human embryo from the moment of conception is a recent one in the Roman Catholic moral tradition. Citing pre-classical, classical, biblical, and post-biblical Roman Catholic sources, Dunstan argues that these traditions attempted to grade the protection provided to the nascent human being according to the stages of its development. (KIE abstract)
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