Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Beware of twisted ideas of freedom

Edmund Pellegrino

A leading American bioethicist argues that ethics without some constraints is merely moral delinquency.

Bioethics is often seen as a science which set obstacles up before the free self-determination of human beings. What is the correct relationship between bioethics and human freedom, including man’s free search for happiness? Do you think that bioethics themes (abortion, euthanasia and so on) concern only personal consciousness or all of society?


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