on 26 October 2012
A concise, to the point and easy read ethical discussion. Although it initially covers a broad rage of topics, it latterly slips into a a little too much sport focused issues for my liking. Stimulating in terms of exposing the 'other side of the coin' and illuminating a variety of perceptions of ethical isses. Well worth the read, highly commended.
on 13 June 2009
This is a very short, but interesting treatise on the subject of the ethics of genetic interventions. Sandel's writing is exemplary and allows you to easily follow his reasoning. Unfortunately, his main claim is one that could not possibly be substantiated. Still, I strongly suggest you read this book, especially if you do not have the patience for something like 'From Chance and Choice, Genetics & Justice' (see my review there).