Racje i emocje w dyskusji na temat ingerencji genetycznych w ludzką prokreację

Roczniki Filozoficzne 67 (3):73-91 (2019)
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In this paper, there were presented ethical arguments concerning the application of modern techniques of genetic intervention in human procreation. In particular, the rationalistic arguments in favour of genetic interventions were critically presented, namely the argument on ethical neutrality of technology, liberal argument on procreative freedom and argument on genetic enhancement. There were also analysed the negative emotional reaction to genetic engineering. The main aim of the paper was to express the cognitive element from these emotions enabling a wider understanding of human procreation and the values of parent-child relations.

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