During class the student panels need to convince us and the jury of the righteousness of the point of view that is given in their text. You may use PowerPoint and various other instructive supports for the defense of your text. In class a review panel of another group of students will evaluate the defense of both panels.
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Liberal eugenics: In defence of human enhancement. MIT Press.
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The question of enhancement occupies a prominent place in current bioethical debates. Mobilising, unsurprisingly perhaps, experts and non-experts alike, the problem of enhancement is usually articulated via two sets of questions: moral questions over its permissibility, extent and direction; and technical questions over the feasibility of different forms of regenerative and synthetic alterations to human bodies and minds.
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