Responsible Genetics

@inproceedings{Nordgren2001ResponsibleG,
  title={Responsible Genetics},
  author={Anders Nordgren},
  booktitle={Philosophy and Medicine},
  year={2001}
}
principles but from earlier moral experiences of more or less similar cases. In this kind of moral reasoning, moral imagination is the key element, not deduction from general moral principles. Moreover, moral concepts are not conceived of as well-defined and literal, but as fuzzy and metaphorical. Moral engineering and moral tinkering represent two extremes. In modern bioethical reasoning we often find intermediate forms. They are responses to the complexity of many moral situations, and can be… CONTINUE READING