Fm frequency: an argument in favor of human cloning by charles carpenter published in the april 2011 issue of today's facility manager y ou might be surprised to find someone making an argument for human cloning, let alone in a publication aimed at the facility management (fm) profession. 2 the news from the sheepyards of scotland of dolly's creation has reinvigorated the cloning debate i for the first time a clone, a genetic duplicate, was made from an adult somatic cell. It is only composed of arguments in favor of human cloning it gives a list of positive aspects -in their point of view- which are a little bit explain so here i'm going to class them in different categories and sum them up.
Human cloning has already become illegal or restricted in a variety of degrees in several countries, thus scientific research has been greatly reduced throughout the world furthermore, there has been quite a bit of legislation proposing to completely ban human cloning, and a large amount of legislation proposing to allow human cloning. - human cloning - individualistic vs communitarian in many controversial topics around the world, we can find differing positions, and opinions many of these arguments, can be narrowed down to two different views, or constructs: individualistic and communitarian (an image of collectivism. In basic terms, human cloning is the technology that involves producing a genetically identical copy of a human being more importantly, reproductive cloning creates copied cells or tissues of an individual. Compared to the frenzy over human cloning a decade ago, in recent years the issue has received very little political attention, despite the recent breakthroughs in therapeutic cloning by us scientists (see bionews 705 and 751) but as the ongoing fights over crispr and mitochondrial replacement show.
Sum, human cloning can be morally justified when used responsibly keywords: cloning, morality, rights, reproduction, therapy 1 introduction some of the arguments in favour of cloning could rightly be evaluated as patently weak and therefore less convincing. Arguments for reproductive cloning the widespread unease, fear, and revulsion that most americans feel at the idea of cloning human beings is undeniable two points should be made cloning and savior siblings the argument. Cloning is a form of asexual reproduction a child produced by cloning would be the genetic duplicate of an existing person if you cloned yourself, the resulting child would be neither your son or daughter nor your twin brother or sister, but a new category of human being: your clone.
5 reasons and arguments for human cloning 1 arguments supporting human cloning should not ordinarily be required if people intend to conceive a child through any means, and they intend to love the child and provide it with a good upbringing, society should not need to approve how they conceive the child. The goal of therapeutic cloning is to use stem cells to create human organs or tissues, while the goal of human reproductive cloning is to produce human beings stem cells : cells that have the ability to continuously divide and differentiate (develop) into various other kind(s) of cells, tissues, and organs. Michael sandel offers a related argument that the practice of cloning, like many other readily tolerated risk management practices parents engage in, undermines an important human virtue of 'openness to the. The argument in favour of human reproductive cloning is a greater legislative issue that the world will need to consider face before introducing an international ban on human reproductive.
Abstract dolly, the sheep, was the first mammal cloned from a somatic cell using a technique called somatic cell nuclear transfer the announcement of her birth in 1997 sparked a heated debate about the ethics of human reproductive cloning, resulting in most countries legally banning it. The identity argument is not an argument against cloning rather it is an argument against placing unnecessary and unwarranted pressure on an individual, regardless of how they were conceived 46 cloning is a threat to human diversity. Most arguments against stem cell research are philosophical and theological, focusing on questions of whether or not we should be taking science this far the use of embryonic stem cells for research involves the destruction of blastocysts formed from laboratory-fertilized human eggs.
An argument in favor of this principle is that traits (such as empathy, memory, etc) are all-purpose means in the sense of being instrumental in realizing whatever life plans the child may come to have. This is an attempt to explore the pros and cons of human cloning and to provide enough information of both sides of the arguments in order for the reader to make their own informed decision on whether human cloning is ethical or not. Human versus post-human: those who appeal to human nature and traditional virtue in opposition to cloning must acknowledge that much of human history is a story of cruelty, failure, and suffering it may be that human nature -- or the human condition -- can be improved, which is to some the very definition of progress.