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Is Genetic engineering and “designer babies”: morally justified?
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The genetic engineering of children is not a morally justified undertaking in the world of medicine or daily life. Given the ethical paradigm of life, human life is expected to have flaws. However, the increasing need to correct each mistake is against destiny and the plans of nature. Fostered by the growing influence of technology, people are exploring the limits of manufacturing life the way they wish for it to be before them and society. First, the genetic altering of an embryo robs the parents of the responsibility of real owners of their child. Given that the concept of the child lies entirely with the doctor altering the traits of the child, parents are left to be receivers of engineered personalities. The immoral thought embedded in this is the fact that one of the parents may feel differently about the parentage of the child. Further, it becomes unethical when parents get embroiled in legal issues once the child fails to show the
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