Michael Sandel challenges the idea of perfecting human beings and explores moral issues arising from attempts to enhance people using genetic engineering technology.
The authors outline a number of ethical objections to genetic enhancement of human capacities and argue that they are unconvincing.
Written by the President's Council on Bioethics after more than sixteen months of deliberations, this report studies the profound ethical and social consequences of biotechnological innovations.
This chapter takes on the objection that human enhancement violates the “wisdom of nature.”
Founded in 2004 by philosopher Nick Bostrom and bioethicist James Hughes, the IEET is an organization that seeks to understand the impact of emerging technologies on individuals and societies. One of the main topics that the organization covers is the debate over human enhancement.