The Ethics of Inheritable Genetic Modification: A Dividing Line?Editat de John Rasko, Gabrielle O'Sullivan, Rachel Ankeny
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Forward: shopping at the genetic supermarket Peter Singer; 1. Is Inheritable genetic modification the new dividing line? John E. J. Rasko, Gabrielle M. O'Sullivan and Rachel A. Ankeny; 2. The science of inheritable genetic modification John E. J. Rasko and Douglas J. Jolly; 3. Nuclear cloning, embryonic stem cells, and gene transfer Rudolf Jaenisch; 4. Controlling bodies and creating monsters: popular perceptions of genetic modifications Christoph Rehmann-Sutter; 5. Inheritable genetic modification as moral responsibility in a creative universe Denis Kenny; 6. Ethics and welfare issues in animal genetic modification Gabrielle M. O'Sullivan; 7. Radical rupture: exploring biological sequelae of volitional inheritable genetic modification Françoise Baylis and Jason Scott Robert; 8. Altering the human species? Misplaced essentialism in science policy Eric T. Juengst; 9. Traditional and feminist bioethical perspectives on gene transfer: is inheritable genetic modification really the problem? Rosemarie Tong; 10. Inheritable genetic modification and disability: normality and identity Jackie Leach Scully; 11. Regulating inheritable genetic modification, or policing the fertile scientific imagination? A feminist legal response Isabel Karpin and Roxanne Mykitiuk; 12. Inheritable genetic modification: clinical applications and genetic counseling considerations Joan A. Scott; 13. Can bioethics speak to politics about the prospect of inheritable genetic modification? If so, what might it say? Roberta M. Berry; Glossary John E. J. Rasko, Gabrielle M. O'Sullivan and Rachel A. Ankeny; Index.