I will briefly review two prominent voices in the opposition camp who reflect concerns at the heart of C. S. Lewis’s own case.
Natural selection, if understood as undirected variation and differential reproductive success, is a destructive process.
As Thomas Nagel would argue today, any theory of evolution that excludes the origin of mind and consciousness from consideration is at best half a theory.
In such a milieu in which there really is no “right” and “wrong,” who needs bioethicists?
Genetic engineering could unleash a deadly pandemic or lead to a “new eugenics” with very sharp teeth.