The question I have to give my persepective on is: "Should therapeutic cloning be banned? I have these readings that I need to read to be able me to support this question...I don't know really how to take it from the reading material and do a 1000-1500 word paper about it? Do I create a thesis statement out of the question?
I attached a file for you to read so you know where I am coming from.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 7:21 pm ad1c9bdddf
Well, this is an excellent question. Before you start, think hard about what your professor wrote, "Your presuppositions are usually correlated to your worldview, what you believe to be real." This is very true.
So, you ask for help in getting started. This is where you begin. Spend some time thinking about your philosophical/religious background, and how that relates to what you believe to be on the one hand, ethically or morally good, or on the other hand, morally or ethically evil (bad).
Although I am not a Christian, I consider the professor's comment about Meilaender's article interesting. The first four articles are mandatory to read, but not the fifth. Why not? What does that reveal to you about the worldview perspective of your teacher?
Anyway, in order to approach this question, you'll need to search your soul a fair amount and find out just what you do stand for.
Then, and only then, you should read the articles. Do not read the articles to find out what is right. Read the articles to learn the different ...
discuss the ethical implications of cloning and stem cell research. Be sure to identify and discuss applicable state and federal laws/regulations as well as ethical theories and principles
The Ultimate Goal of the Session Long Project is to identify and evaluate the ethical principles used in resolving ethical dilemmas, and identify specific ethical issues that may have sociological, economic, legal or political implications.
discuss the ethical implications of cloning and stem cell research. Be sure to identify and discuss applicable state and federal laws/regulations as well as ethical theories and principles.
Stem cell research is clearly one of the most controversial topics debated today. Opinions vary about the research and whether it is ethically and morally proper. The conflict surrounding stem cell research is much more complex than a fundamental battle of ethics between the subjectivity of personal religious belief and the objectivity of science. There is a belief that as a society, we need to remain open to the possibility of broadening our scientific horizons with stem cell research, and take the time to learn and understand whatever we can about it. If stem cell research does possess potential for medical treatments that can ease the suffering of millions of people the question becomes: should medical researchers be allowed to use stem cells for medical research and experiment with treatments that involve manipulation of human stem cells and will this research have a positive or negative impact on medical care in general?View Full Posting Details