Whose Genome? Which Genetics?
The American Journal of Bioethics : AJOB
Despite what many critics see as an inability to deliver much in the way of therapeutic value (hunter and Drazen 2019), genetics remains a bottomless source of fascination, trepidation, and reflection. Surely, one reason this is the case is that everyone understands that genetics is about more than just potential cures and therapies. Genetics is, and always has been, tied up with ideas about, in Christopher Boorse's words, "physical or mental or moral excellence" (Boorse 1977, 572).
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Cwik, B. (2023). Whose Genome? Which Genetics?. The American Journal of Bioethics, 23(7), 50-53.