Choosing Children: Genes, Disability, and Design (Uehiro Series in Practical Ethics) Hardcover – 23 Feb 2006
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concise and engaging book...Glover's characteristically lucid reasoning and his use of powerful examples to cut through tangled and ideological debates shine through brightly here... Lively and very readable. (Justin Oakley, Mind)
This short, readable book outlines with exemplary clarity the philosophical terms of the issue. (Bryan Appleyard, Sunday Times)
delightfully readable, insightful essays...Glover writes with enormous authority... a thoughtful and superbly written book (BBC Focus)
Packed into Glover's little book is a lot of common sense....elegant summaries...fascinating themes. (Madeline Bunting, Guardian Review)
This short book...should have wide appeal...Professor Glover writes in his engaging, highly accessible style..[giving] an uncommonly lucid and compelling presentation of views. (Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Volume 10)
About the Author
Jonathan Glover is Professor of Ethics at King's College, University of London, and the Director of the Center for Medical Law and Ethics. He is the author of Causing Death and Saving Lives: The Moral Problems of Abortion, Infanticide, Suicide, Euthanasia, Capital Punishment, War, and Other Life-or-Death Choices and Humanity: A Moral History of the Twentieth Century, among other books. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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