The new eugenics: Jacques Testart and French bioethics

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 60

The new eugenics: Jacques Testart and French bioethics
John Marks, pages -

Abstract

Examining geneticist and biologist Jacques Testart’s arguments on eugenics in relation to modern reproductive techniques and molecular genetics, Marks suggests that Testart revives a largely existentialist humanism and forges intellectual links with ecology. According to Marks, Testart sees eugenics as a recurrent impulse throughout history and across cultures.

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John Marks (2006) The new eugenics: Jacques Testart and French bioethics, New Formations, 2006(60), -

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