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Unformatted text preview: d out that this is precisely what a human being looks like—and what each of us looked like—at five or fifteen days of development.” From A Child Is Born (lower right: courtesy Susie Hardin) Basic Categories of Ethical Systems Deontological: Duty-based systems. Is the embryo my neighbor?! Consequentialist: Emphasis on outcomes. Example: utilitarianism (maximize the good).! Intuitionism: The embryo “feels” (or doesn’t “feel”) like a “person” too me.! These can be mixed (esp. the intuition). Pope Benedict XVI http://www.usatoday.com/news/religion/story/2011-11-12/Vatican-stem-cells/51177262/1 "Those who advocate research on embryonic stem cells in the hop...
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