Archive for the ‘Stem Cell Research’ Category

Analogies and Artifacts:
Can Embryonic Stem Cell Research be Morally Acceptable? (Part II)

[Note: This is the second part in an examination of the moral implications of using altered nuclear transfer as as a moral means of attaining embryonic stem cells for research. Part one can be found here.] In order to determine the moral status of the biological artifact (BA) produced by altered nuclear...
December 10th, 2004 | Stem Cell Research | Read More

Analogies and Artifacts:
Can Embryonic Stem Cell Research be Morally Acceptable?

In his magisterial work ‘
December 9th, 2004 | Stem Cell Research | Read More

Stem Cell Research and Policy:
A Primer on the Issues

October 27th, 2004 | Stem Cell Research | Read More

Tricky Dickey

John Kerry thinks you�re ignorant. He thinks that the average voter is so completely uninformed that he can make outlandish and ridiculous promises and many voters will simply nod in agreement. He is, of course, absolutely right. Most Americans are so completely uninterested in details that they will...
August 10th, 2004 | Stem Cell Research | Read More