Almost everybody is enthusiastic about the promise of biotechnology to cure disease and to relieve suffering.
The so-called right to reproduce is not an unlimited right.
Cloning represents a very clear, powerful, and immediate example in which we are in danger of turning procreation into manufacture.
Is it possible to covet a much longer life for one’s self and be as devoted to the well-being of the next generation? It’s a long argument.
If you have easy self-contentment, you might have a very, very cheap source of happiness.
Limits have to be set on how far one can simply use the… cleverness that we have to make changes.
It’s very hard to make arguments about the effects of cloning on family relations if family relations are in tatters.
I don’t like being forced to reduce my thoughts to sound bites.
If one is seriously interested in preventing reproductive cloning, one must stop the process before it starts.
It’s a short step from the belief that every child should be wanted to the belief that a child exists to satisfy our wants.