New Zealand Medical Association Journal 2001 April 27; 114(1130): 188-189
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Poplawski, Nicola; Gillett, Grant (1991-06)In this paper we argue that the human form should be seen to exist, in a longitudinal way, throughout the continuum of human growth and development. This entails that the moral value of that form, which we link analytically ...
Gillett, Grant (1990-07)Grant Gillett argues that it is consciousness which makes a human or other being the 'locus of ethical value'. Since cortical functioning is, in Gillett's view, necessary for conscious activity, an individual whose neocortex ...