Should We Aspire to Be Rational About Letting Babies Die?

American Journal of Bioethics 22 (11):51-53 (2022)
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It is astoundingly difficult—and may not be desirable—to be rational about decisions to let our babies die. Parents in these situations are caught in a maelstrom of overpowering and often contradic...



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