6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Wonderfully written, poor argument,
This review is from: The Case Against Perfection: Ethics in the Age of Genetic Engineering (Hardcover)
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).
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Initial post: 15 Jun 2010 13:30:02 BDT
Myles Na Gopaleen says:
So where precisely does Sandel's argument go wrong? Why could his main claim not "possibly" be substantiated?
The book by Buchanan et al is called _From Chance to Choice_.
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