Let's Keep Metaphysics Out of Medical Ethics: A Critique of Poplawski and Gillett
Leavitt, Frank J.
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 1992 December; 18(4): 206-209
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Leavitt, Frank J. (1992-12)I argue that the concept of 'longitudinal form', which Poplawski and Gillett have introduced into ethical discussions about embryos and gametes, involves too many metaphysical subtleties to be a useful aid to making ...
Gillett, Grant (1994-03)The total longitudinal form view of human beings is a metaphysical view which aims to locate our moral judgements about human embryos in a broader set of attitudes and characterisations. On this basis it has explanatory ...