In Vitro Fertilization

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Philosophy

 

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Loretta B

 

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September 13, 2011

 

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"New philosophy calls all in doubt," wrote John Donne in the wake of the Copernican Revolution and of Charles I's violent death, suggesting that new thoughts had challenged old practices (Donne). Today, new practices in the biomedical sciences are challenging old thoughts: "New medicine calls all in doubt" (Walters 22)...
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If plausible once, however, the view that life is a "sacred process" (initiated, sustained, and finally halted by God) is now more difficult to maintain (Baier 1-4). Recent advances in the biomedical sciences allow us to intervene in, and sometimes take control of, the processes of life and death. Not only can death, quite often, be kept waiting by the bed or machine, doctors and scientists can now also intervene in, indeed, initiate the process of life: cloning and recombination of DNA are two examples; in vitro fertilization (IVF) is another (Walters 23)...
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