Do You Think He Has A Point? Is There A Benchmark That Science Should Not Cross (For Moral Reasons). If There Is A Line That Should Be Crossed, On What Moral Grounds Would We Determine That Boundary?
He is concerned that going down the path of what he calls reproduction (as opposed, in his view, to procreation) will lead to more extreme interventions to engineer the types of children people can have. Do you think he has a point? Is there a benchmark that science should not cross (for moral reasons). If there is a line that should be crossed, on what moral grounds would we determine that boundary?