Let’s consider the eye, which is but one of many subsystems (along with the brain, heart, liver, lungs, etc.) in higher animals that coordinate their tasks to keep an organism alive.
The human organ shortage is one of the great bioethical dilemmas of our time. Expanding the organ supply is a matter of life and death.
Richard Buggs gives us a look inside the sausage factory where figures on the subject are calculated.
Bioethicists never cease to entertain — if some of the dangerous views pushed by this mainstream movement can be considered “entertaining.”
Humans have many unique cognitive abilities apart from language.