Table of contents for Ethical issues in the new genetics : are genes us? / edited by Brenda Almond, Michael Parker.

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Notes on the Contributors
Foreword: Are Genes Us?
Bryan Appleyard
1        Introduction: New Genetics: the Ethical Background
Brenda Almond
PART 1 The Genetic Modification and Invention of Human Beings
2        Genetic Possibilities
Ruth Chadwick
3        Is There a Cost in the Choice of Genetic Enhancement?
Ainsley Newson
4        The Child's Right to an Open Future and Modem Genetics
Tuija Takala
5        The Fear of Playing God
Duncan Richter
6        Deeply Felt Disgust - a Devlinian Objection to Cloning Humans
Matti Hayry
7        Genetic Intervention and Personal Identity
Walter Glannon
PART 2 Genetics, Determinism and Personal Identity
8        Genetic Reductionism and the Concepts of Health and Disease
Tom Buller
9        From Catch-Phrase to Catechism: the Central Dogma in
Molecular Biology
Robyn Bluhm

Ethical Issues in the New Genetics
10       Gene Manipulation, Psychology and Molecular Biology
Maurice K.D. Schouten
11       Patenting Human DNA
Andy Miah
12       Personal Identity and the Protection of Mankind: Genetics
and Legal Philosophy
Grigoire Kantardjian
PART 3 Genes and the Non-Human World
13       Commodifying Animals: Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering
of Animals
Brenda Almond
14       Genetically Modified Crops and the Precautionary Principle:
Is There a Case for a Moratorium?
Jonathan Hughes
15       Everyday Risk and the Deliberate Release of Genetically
Modified Crops
Shahrar All
16       Public Deliberation and Private Choice in Human Genetics
Michael Parker

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Genetic engineering Moral and ethical aspects