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The ethics of genetic commerce

The ethics of genetic commerce

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Published by Blackwell Pub. in Malden, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genetic engineering industry,
  • Genetic engineering -- Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Genetic screening,
  • Genetically modified foods

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Robert W. Kolb.
    SeriesThe Leeds School series on business and society
    ContributionsKolb, Robert W., 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9999.G452 E74 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17562016M
    ISBN 109781405166980
    LC Control Number2007000199

    Contemporary "aretaic turn"[ edit ] Although some Enlightenment philosophers e. Genetic technology has nil to make with what sort of nutrients you like, or what your favourite colour is. In addition to giving individuals the opportunity to think differently about their well-being, it installs a new taxonomy in terms of illness, because its probabilistic effects will introduce a new narrative in the health discourse of 21st century society. For example, health insurers would love to be able to exclude high-risk clients from the pool of their policyholders.

    The paragon of these virtues was the magnanimous individual, someone for whom fame and wealth held little attraction. Munson finds such efforts to be well intentioned, but ultimately paternalistic. Unlike previous work that has focused on altering the somatic cells of a patient with a genetic disease who can give consent, the controversy is over editing the genome of eggs, sperm, or embryos, thus affecting every cell of an unborn child and potentially of future generations. According to Aristotle, and later thinkers who expanded upon his work, such as thirteenth-century philosopher and theologian Thomas Aquinas, to act dishonorably casts disrepute on all concerned.

    Google Scholar B. Everything in the physical world was somehow less than the ideal, and this included the products of human thought and labor. George Church, a professor of genetics at Harvard University Medical School, told the summit that the real battle would not be between editing somatic cells and germline cells but over where to draw the line between disease prevention and enhancements. The latter is controversial because certain communities have in the past outcast or killed HIV positive individuals. Kevles D.


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The ethics of genetic commerce Download PDF Ebook

Proper ambition with normal honors 7. Guidelines[ edit ] There is much documentation of the history and necessity of the Declaration of Helsinki.

Some 40 nations already discourage human germline editing, including 15 of 22 European nations that prohibit it.

The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening

Contributors to this volume come from diverse The ethics of genetic commerce book, both within academics and from the corporate sector, from the United States and abroad. The European Forum for Good Clinical Practice EFGCP suggests that REBs include two practicing physicians who share experience in biomedical research and are independent from the institution where the research is conducted; one lay person; one lawyer; and one paramedical professional, e.

Genetic mutations are a normal part of evolution. As millions of Americans sat down to Thanksgiving dinner, the biomedical researcher James Hazel sent out a stark warning about the genetic-testing kits that he surmised would be a hot topic of conversation. A merchant could not make money in a random way but had to keep the needs of customers in mind and conduct business with fair prices and fees.

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One of these is epistemologywhere a distinctive virtue epistemology has been developed by Linda Zagzebski and others. In addition to collecting sensitive data on ancestry, companies like 23andMe claim to show how your DNA affects your health.

In the business context, employees and potential employees are perhaps most likely to face screening. Doctors who do so must be vigilant not to create conflicts of interest or treat inappropriately.

Distributive justice governed the duty of the city-state to distribute benefits and burdens equitably among the people. How might you assess a practice like slavery in antiquity without imposing modern values on a civilization that existed more than two and a half millennia ago?

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Ancient Athens Like a modern metropolis, the city-state polis of Athens in the fifth century BCE drew people from far afield who wanted a better life. Women, even those who were citizens, were not allowed to The ethics of genetic commerce book and had limited rights when it came to property and inheritance.

Martha Nussbaum and Amartya Sen have employed virtue theory in theorising the capability approach to international development. A person The ethics of genetic commerce book not courageous first and then went about performing acts of courage.

The delivery of diagnosis online leads patients to believe that doctors in some parts of the country are at the direct service of drug companies, finding diagnosis as convenient as what drug still has patent rights on it. Intrinsic virtues are the common link that unites the disparate normative philosophies into the field known as virtue ethics.

The honorable person was magnanimous, prudent, fair, and interested in self-advancement as long as it did not injure personal integrity or the body politic. These bodies are composed primarily of healthcare professionals, but may also include philosopherslay people, and clergy — indeed, in many parts of the world their presence is considered mandatory in order to provide balance.

Search Menu Researchers wrestle with the risks and benefits of gene editing. On one side of the argument, people believe that a fetus is a person with rights, regardless of how many weeks it has been since it's been conceived.

Teleology, from the Greek telos meaning goal or aim, is the study of ends and the means directed toward those ends.

Proscription, Prescription, or Market Process? The paragon of these virtues was the magnanimous individual, someone for whom fame and wealth held little attraction. In political theory, there has been discussion of "virtue politics", and in legal theory, there is a small but growing body of literature on virtue jurisprudence.

Mara Cray, 19, of Mount Laurel, New Jersey, who was born with cystic fibrosis, is hopeful that germline editing might someday help people like her. This edition b was printed in both Greek and Latin. Lawrence C. But most of us do not have that good a social life.Professor of Philosophy and Ethics Northern Plains Ethics Institute, Director International Academy of Medical Ethics and Public Health, Secretary General Springer’s International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine, Co-Editor Department of History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies.

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