The Matrix, the first episode, was a fun movie. But as a description for reality? Please.
Assisted suicide advocates are on a campaign to convince medical associations to adopt a position of “studied neutrality” (whatever that means).
The latest example comes in a New Yorker essay by Cory Taylor, a woman with a terminal illness.
There was never any chance a monkey would be granted a copyright.
The last thing this country needs are courts imposing extra-democratically a radical social revolution against venerable values and mores.
The only way anyone in the Netherlands will care about the resulting deaths is if they test this substance on dogs.
My mother died of Alzheimer’s in my home last year. My uncle died of it several years ago. Believe me, I know what Alzheimer’s is like.
The advance of ethical stem cell research continues exponentially.
“Strong AI” machines would have no more moral importance in and of themselves than a toaster.
Of course we are animals in the strictly biological sense, as are clams, flies, and bacteria. But not in the moral sense.