Provide a case where repugnance is (noncontroversial) a good moral guide

Medical ethics this essay involves two essays with four parts in the like ( part A,B,C,D) and should be labeled as stated below

Question 1 :

(a) Applying the notion of the wisdom of repugnance,Provide a case where repugnance is (noncontroversial) a good moral guide, and provide a case or example where repugnance may not be a good moral guide. (Your examples should not deal with human reproductive cloning).

(b) Explain the differences between the technological, liberal, and meliorist contexts used for framing discussions about human cloning.

(c) What reasons does Kass provide for rejecting these three frameworks, and what alternative framework does he suggest?

(d) Based on Strongs taxonomy of objections to human reproductive cloning, how do you think that Strong would both categorize and assess Kass objection(s) to human reproductive cloning?

Question 2:

(a) Briefly summarize (no more than 150 words) the central points from this linked article and discussion https://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/12/03/165272373/genome-sequencing-for-babies-brings-knowledge-and-conflicts

(b) In what ways is this genetic and bio-medical technology similar to that depicted in the film Gattaca, and in what ways is it different?

(c) Discuss several different moral principles reviewed by Savulescu in the article Procreative Beneficence: Why We Should Select the Best Children and reflect on how these principles can inform the moral debate over whether we should pursue and make use of the technology described in the linked article.

(d) Provide your own argument for whether or not it is morally advisable to further develop and make use of such technology.


 

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