I can write those words. I understand their meaning. But I can’t comprehend such an utter rejection of human exceptionalism.
In a world of bioethicists who primarily eschew the sanctity/equality of life ethic, Fordham University’s Charles Camosy is a refreshing ethicist worthy of the title.
Consider: Children — no matter how “mature” — cannot buy cigarettes or give consent to being tattooed.
This “experiment” was very wrong on at least four fronts. First, it created human life for the purpose of experimenting upon it.
Someday, Canada will probably dispense with the euthanasia part altogether and go straight to killing by organ harvesting.