A good and worthwhile conservation movement is being corrupted, and this hurts humans, especially in the developing world and among marginalized groups.
“We have already genetically engineered babies, the march toward three- (or more) parent human embryos, and radical proposals for creating novel family forms.”
Whatever one thinks about government mandates relating to the coronavirus, Parker Crutchfield’s “solution” is worse than the problem.
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.