Why It Is Not Strongly Irrational to Have Children
Journal of Medical Ethics 2004 August; 30(4): 381
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Should We Presume Moral Turpitude in Our Children? -- Small Children and Consent to Medical Research Harris, John; Holm, Soren (2003)When children are too young to make their own autonomous decisions, decisions have to be made for them. In certain contexts we allow parents and others to make these decisions, and do not interfere unless the decision ...