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The prospect of cloning human beings: has knowledge leapt ahead of wisdom?

Peggy Scheckel
1999 DePaul journal of health care law  
Science fiction became reality, however, as Dolly's introduction set off a stream of reaction and speculation around the world. 37 To create Dolly, Dr.  ...  INTRODUCTION We live at the threshold of a new genetic age 2 in which science and technology are rapidly changing the way we live, work, and raise our families. 3 In recent years, real progress has been  ... 
pmid:11658075 fatcat:rdnccyiafvg6jefcxny7cjx5yi

Should We Aim to Create a Perfect Healthy Utopia? Discussions of Ethical Issues Surrounding the World of Project Itoh's Harmony

Atsushi Asai, Taketoshi Okita, Motoki Ohnishi, Seiji Bito
2020 Science and Engineering Ethics  
world established in the novel from a bioethical standpoint.  ...  We conclude by proposing an alternative governing principle for future healthcare, and refer to it as the "do-everything-in-moderation" principle.  ...  HITE is a research and development (R&D) focus area delivered by the Research Institute of Science and Technology for Society (RISTEX), Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11948-020-00269-3 pmid:33048327 pmcid:PMC7552577 fatcat:ph2fj6g4vvc55eiosvn4yob6za

Medical Ethics in the 70 Years after the Nuremberg Code, 1947 to the Present

Herwig Czech, Christiane Druml, Paul Weindling
2018 Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift  
Since the 1970s, the rapid and global development of the life sciences, with its unprecedented possibilities to interfere with basic aspects of human life, for example in reproductive medicine, has led  ...  Since World War II, we have witnessed a broad movement towards the introduction of normative regulations for medical research.  ...  Glantz, J.D. for his comments on an earlier version of the manuscript. The Sewering Affair 9 Gerrit Hohendorf, Prof.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00508-018-1343-y pmid:29926188 fatcat:zz3ti5wx4benxppbnp2vz53mty

How Should We Do Nanoethics? A Network Approach for Discerning Ethical Issues in Nanotechnology

Ibo van de Poel
2008 NanoEthics  
I discuss debates in nanoethics about the desirable role of ethics in nanotechnological development and about the newness of ethical issues in nanotechnology.  ...  On basis of a critical analysis of both debates, I formulate a number of desiderata for a method for discerning ethical issues in nanotechnology and argue that the network approach that my colleagues and  ...  of fear on the basis of futuristic or science fiction stories do never realize.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11569-008-0026-y fatcat:snnnvooz3zc2xgjn7zqm4d2qae

Book reviews

Norman R. Beaupre, Robert E. Haskell, Spencer Lavan, Sandra L. Bertman, Leonard M. Fleck, Lois LaCivita Nixon, Willard P. Green, Rosa Lynn Pinkus, Joel Frader, Marilynn Rosenthal, T. Forcht Dagi, Daniel M. Fox (+3 others)
1988 The Journal of Medical Humanities and Bioethics  
However, the sections on "Integration" and "Future Directions" do emphasize the notion that "future health programs should be based on community concepts of problems and strengths."  ...  The use of an interpreter is still controversial since it brings to the therapeutic session the effect of the third person and the likelihood of distortion and misinterpretation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01115244 fatcat:af7khcpr7bcdxjb35ywpxv5svu

Enhanced Warfighters: Risk, Ethics, and Policy

Maxwell Mehlman, Patrick Lin, Keith Abney
2013 Social Science Research Network  
In comic books and science fiction, we can suspend disbelief about the details associated with fantastical technologies and abilities, as represented by human enhancements.  ...  Introduction War is an all-too-human affair, and it perhaps will always require payment in human lives. This is a terrible cost, but one which science and technology hope to ease.  ...  Ethics and Information  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2202982 fatcat:whm7ot6jpzc43di4ywmbpxgjta

How (not) to Argue For Moral Enhancement: Reflections on a Decade of Debate

Norbert Paulo, Jan Christoph Bublitz
2017 Topoi  
The cognitive sciences are now the critical sciences; they will determine the answer to the ultimate moral question of human survival.  ...  Given the urgency of this immediate survival problem, the cognitive and social sciences must enable us to control [our] animalistic, barbaric, and primitive propensities ... and subordinate these negatives  ...  , and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11245-017-9492-6 fatcat:e52jeakfn5erfff762clslvr5y

PSR volume 73 issue 1 Cover and Back matter

1979 American Political Science Review  
Addressing this predicament, Professor Mackenzie cites the analogous relationship of the social to the natural sciencesparticularly that of political science to biology-to explore the argument that mankind  ...  , scientific analysis, and the future.  ...  Both the political and economic aspects of public policy are integrated in an up-to-date, comprehensive, and readable introduction to this field of study. - This timely text'presents a fresh, lively account  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003055400152554 fatcat:ewv7x4vokzd7rgenjzfmbdt4je

Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights Ethics of Concerns and Life Cessation Decisions: When Emotions are All What Remains

-Dragan Pavlovic
2005 Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics   unpublished
Acknowledgments and Authorship A. Bioethics and the ethics of science and technology  ...  One of the objectives of this committee is to encourage and facilitate the introduction of bioethics into the science based curricula of all the national universities. Dr.  ...  Preliminary self-introductions for those already involved in the Text Book Project 2. Introduction to current status of the project and future plans by Dr. Darryl Macer 3.  ... 
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Ethics of Care and Responsibility: Bridging Secular and Religious Cultures [chapter]

Hava Tirosh-Samuelson
2020 Environmental Ethics: Cross-cultural Explorations  
The volume's rich explorations illustrate how the hitherto narrow, subjective character of value judgments in environmental ethics and aesthetics can be rectified and extended by drawing on non-Euroamerican  ...  This modification could, in turn, abet the establishment of those norms that facilitate a sustained protection of endangered environments on a global scale.  ...  Potter, the introduction of moral regulations by environmental ethics and bioethics can help resolve this ›conflict of interest‹, becoming a ›bridge to the future‹ for the humanity to survive.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783495821725-29 fatcat:t3u4xrmjbvdmxoxmt4ji2ne2a4

Planetarische Integrität – Was Umweltethiker und interkulturell interessierte Philosophen voneinander lernen können [chapter]

Stefan Knauß
2020 Environmental Ethics: Cross-cultural Explorations  
The volume's rich explorations illustrate how the hitherto narrow, subjective character of value judgments in environmental ethics and aesthetics can be rectified and extended by drawing on non-Euroamerican  ...  This modification could, in turn, abet the establishment of those norms that facilitate a sustained protection of endangered environments on a global scale.  ...  Potter, the introduction of moral regulations by environmental ethics and bioethics can help resolve this ›conflict of interest‹, becoming a ›bridge to the future‹ for the humanity to survive.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783495821725-171 fatcat:u3ppkmrjizgpnlt7fqh62o33xq

The (Bio)political Novel

Yinde Zhang
2011 China Perspectives  
relations between fiction and politics.  ...  future child.  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.5748 fatcat:yxencgyw7jem3kzvk6o7qneo3q

Can Cyberspace potentially harm democracy and world stability? [chapter]

Basie von Solms, University of Johannesburg
2019 Moral Issues in the Natural Sciences and Technologies  
) and 'Exploring meaningful nature experience connectedness with nature and the revitalization of transformative education for sustainability' (Matthew van Zyl).  ...  Acknowledgement I am deeply indebted to Paulu Joubert (2018) and Matthew van Zyl (2014) for access to their unpublished theses 'The forgotten experience: Human alienation from nature' (Pierre Joubert  ...  They explain the nature of these challenges by first providing an overview of the emergence of AI (and cybernetics) in science and technology since the Second World War, and in fiction since antiquity.  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2019.bk114.09 fatcat:gaub27xrsfaq7fsyya7lsne5gy

Ethics and Technology: An Analysis of Rick and Morty

Umut Eldem, Beşir Özgür Nayır
2021 Open Philosophy  
to the fore certain ontological and ethical assumptions and problems that stem from the advance of technology.  ...  In this article, we argue that the animated TV-show Rick and Morty depicts several important and relevant themes about the impact of technology in contemporary societies.  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors would like to express their gratitude to the editors and reviewers of Open Philosophy for their suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opphil-2020-0155 fatcat:kqpj2hv7uvcy3nltiifpgd2oxu

Special Issue-Abstracts 13 th Asian Bioethics Conference and the 6 th UNESCO Asia-Pacific School of Ethics Roundtable Large dams in North East India: Role of sustainable technology, dialogue and ethics in conflict resolution

H Dato', Ku Jaafar, Ku Shaari, Abhik Gupta
2012 Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB   unpublished
Rivers and water basins in Asia are the 166 Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 22 (September 2012) main sources of water for human consumptions, agriculture and industries.  ...  The paper examines the nature of water scarcity and insecurity in Asia, and how water is increasing being securitized and politicized by the stakeholders.  ...  IDFR) Session 5: Special Session for Malaysian Bioethics (9.00 -11:30 a.m.)  ... 
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