The New Conservatives in Bioethics: Who Are They and What Do They Seek?
Hastings Center Report 2006 January-February; 36(1): 34-43
A new political movement has arisen in bioethics, self- consciously distingushed from the rest of the field and characterized by a new way of writing and arguing. Unfortunately, that new method is mean-spirited, mystical, and emotional. It claims insight into ultimate truth yet disavows reason.
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