The Augmented Man, between Imaginary and Reality: the Law Confronted with the Temptation of Eugenics and Transhumanism

Iris 43 (2023)
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In response to both scientific and individualistic pressures, the law is increasingly giving in to the temptation of eugenics and transhumanism, encouraging the elimination of ‘undesirable’ embryos and genetic manipulation that will eventually lead to the modification of humanity.

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