The talk will cover a broad range of contemporary issues in the ethics of reproduction and kinds of argument often used. It will include reproductive liberty, ‘playing God’ and arguments from naturalness, safety, family privacy and parental rights, and the wellbeing of the child.
It will then highlight, for example, genetic engineering, mitochondrial DNA transplant, embryo selection, state funding of assisted reproduction, and the development of and investment in new assisted reproductive technologies, definitions of parenthood.
Visitors welcome £5 • Members/students £2
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