Introduction: eugenics old and new

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 60

Introduction: eugenics old and new
Carolyn Burdett, pages -

Abstract

Introducing a special issue of new formations, Burdett suggests that as biotechnology advances, transforming human reproduction and healthcare, it also raises concern about current regulatory systems for overseeing these transformations and their ethical implications. The issue revisits the question of eugenics, questioning whether a ‘posthuman’ future is also a eugenic future.

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