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Paul Klee, Child Consecrated to Suffering (detail)

Artificial Reproductive Technology

Origins: Issue Two

This issue− the second in our series on “recovering origins”− is devoted to reviewing artificial reproductive technology (ART). The question is about technological intervention in human reproduction, which our society tends increasingly to answer purely in terms of practical results in the short term, and without any consideration of the nature of the human person either as a parent or a child. Is it true that in conceiving a child, the bodily unity of parents is negotiable?

Book Reviews

Humanum: Issues in Family, Culture & Science
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