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Every Cradle Is a Grave: Rethinking the Ethics of Birth and Suicide

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Every Cradle Is a Grave: Rethinking the Ethics of Birth and Suicide - Perry, Sarah
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Millions of years ago, humans just happened. Accidents of environment and genetics contributed to the emergence of sentient beings like us. Today, however, people no longer "just happen"; they are created by the voluntary acts of other people. This book examines several questions about the ethics of human existence. Is it a good thing, for humans, that humans "happened"? Is it ethical to keep making new humans, now that reproduction is under our control? And given that a person exists (through no fault or choice of his ...

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Every Cradle Is a Grave: Rethinking the Ethics of Birth and Suicide 2014, Nine-Banded Books

ISBN-13: 9780989697293

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