Unformatted text preview: 3) A couple with a dying child can clone him/her so as to have a source of healthy blood or bone marrow II. Kass’ Case Against Cloning A. Kass has a two part case against human cloning 1. One part examines the overwhelmingly bad consequences that will result from cloning 2. The other is a non-consequentialist line of reasoning that relies on the fact that many people find cloning repulsive B. What is the Wisdom of Repugnance Argument? 1. Notion that wisdom may manifest itself in feelings of disgust towards anything which lacks “goodness” or wisdom (WIKIPEDIA) C. Cloning causes confused familial relations D. Cloning is Inherently despotic...
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