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A reply to Levick’s ‘Were it physically safe, reproductive human cloning would not be acceptable’

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In the previous chapter, Stephen Levick presents several reasons for thinking that human reproductive cloning would be unacceptable even if it were safe. His main concern is that it is likely to have adverse psychological and social consequences. Levick takes an interesting approach. He discusses five existing situations that are analogous in some respect to human reproductive cloning. In each case he argues that human reproductive cloning is likely to involve either the same or more serious ...

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Peer reviewed

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, HUM, Philosophy Faculty

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Editor
Publisher:
Wiley-Blackwell Publisher's website
Pages:
98-101
Host title:
Contemporary Debates in Bioethics
Publication date:
2013-08-05
URN:
uuid:afb3c398-7e33-4121-aad6-205ef8abd355
Source identifiers:
581109
Local pid:
pubs:581109
ISBN:
978-1-4443-3714-3

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