Prenatal Identity: Genetic Interventions, Reproductive Choices
DeGrazia (David)
Source: DeGrazia - Human Identity and Bioethics, 2005, Chapter 7
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Sections

  1. Our Origins
  2. Prenatal Genetic Interventions and Human identity
  3. On the Ethics of Prenatal Genetic Interventions
    • 3.1 Prenatal Genetic Therapy
    • 3.2 Prenatal Genetic Enhancement
  4. Reproductive Choices that may Affect Identity: The Nonidentity Problem
  5. On Abortion3
    • 5.1 The Future-Like-Ours Argument
    • 5.2 A Leading Reply: The Good Samaritan Argument
    • 5.3 A Successful Reply: The Appeal to Time-Relative Interests
    • 5.4 Two Challenges to This Approach
      → 5.4.1 Implications Regarding Wrongful Handicap
      → 5.4.2 Implications Regarding Infanticide
    • 5.5 Conclusion

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