From the Struggle Against "Overpopulation" to the Industrialization of Human Production
Reproductive and Genetic Engineering: Journal of International Feminist Analysis. 1988; 1(1): 21-30.
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Cutas, D.E. (2008-09)Some of the objections to life-extension stem from a concern with overpopulation. I will show that whether or not the overpopulation threat is realistic, arguments from overpopulation cannot ethically demand halting the ...