Contested reproduction: genetic technologies, religion, and public debate

The history of abortion, reproductive genetic technologies, and the contemporary public's views -- Talking about embryonic life -- Nature, God, humanity, and promethean fatalism -- Human dignity and equality of treatment -- Meaningful suffering -- Will religious discourse about reproductive gen...

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Main Author: Evans, John Hyde 1965-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Chicago [u.a.] University of Chicago Press 2010
In:Year: 2010
Reviews:Contested Reproduction: Genetic Technologies, Religion, and Public Debate (2011) (Ecklund, Elaine Howard)
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Embryo / Protection of life / Reproductive medicine / Genetic technology / Bioethics
B Bioethics / Christian ethics
Further subjects:B Abortion Religious aspects
B Human reproductive technology Religious aspects
B Human Evolution Religious aspects
B Eugenics Religious aspects
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Summary:The history of abortion, reproductive genetic technologies, and the contemporary public's views -- Talking about embryonic life -- Nature, God, humanity, and promethean fatalism -- Human dignity and equality of treatment -- Meaningful suffering -- Will religious discourse about reproductive genetic technologies limit debate? -- Conclusions -- Appendix A. methodological appendix -- Appendix B. religious respondent interview guide
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:0226222659