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Title: Bioethics and the future of human destiny
Authors: Карпенко, Катерина Іванівна
Chancellor, Nzenwa
Keywords: bioethics
biotechnology
reproduction
eugenics policies
human egg donation
surrogacy contract
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Chancellor Nzenwa. Bioethics and the future of human destiny / Chancellor Nzenwa, Karpenko K. // Український науково-медичний молодіжний журнал. - 2012. - Спецвип. 2. - С. 319-323.
Abstract: When considering the matter of human destiny within the discipline of bioethics, a number of subthemes come into play through questions of human dignity and moral obligation. They call us to consider the nature of humanity in a pluralistic context, where there is no single expression of what it means to be human or agreement on ethical norms toward living the good life. In fact, there is no consensus on the meaning of the good. But at the most practical level, the future of human destiny finds its consideration through the marketplace of health care. Today, the future of human destiny is an issue addressed primarily by those with the financial resources available to improve their chances for a more optimal outcome when encountering the hurdles of nature.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/2005
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