Human Nature and the Natural
This chapter examines a cluster of worries about enhancement that are framed in terms of human nature or the natural. It argues that appeals to human nature and the natural cannot illuminate the most difficult issues concerning biomedical enhancement, that anything of value that can be framed in these terms can be better framed without recourse to them, and that they are so confused that we should avoid them altogether in grappling with the ethical issues of enhancement.
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