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    • Biomedical technologies and human dignity 

      Melo-Martín, Inmaculada de (2016-03-08)
      Current biomedical advancements are presenting us with difficult moral and policy decisions. Indeed, from questions about the morality of cloning human embryos, to concerns about human genetic modifications, to worries ...
    • Human enhancement: a middle way? 

      Kaebnick, Gregory E. (2018-12-11)
      The prospect of human enhancement--of using medical interventions not just as therapies for disorders and injuries but as tools to make people better than normal--has often seemed to pit hardliners against freethinkers. ...
    • Is transhumanism a helpful answer to contemporary bioethical challenges? 

      Vicini, Andrea (2014-03-11)
      Transhumanism is proposed by its advocates as the ultimate solution to struggles and limitations that affect personal and social health and well-being. Such a proposal could appear merely a philosophical exercise. Three ...
    • Queer bioethics: LGBTQI medical history & contemporary ethics 

      Wahlert, Lance D. (2018-01-09)
      In this historically informed talk, Dr. Wahlert covers a range of biomedical examples that explain the morally and bioethically fraught relationship between LGBT persons and the biosciences. Long pathologized and repeatedly ...