Is cloning of human beings immoral? If so why? And whose definition of morality are you using? If you believe that cloning is immoral, do you think the government should pass a law banning cloning? As you see it, what are the potential dangers of cloning? The potential benefits? Of the following potential benefits, which, if any would you approve of and why: Using cloning to repair diseased hearts and replace failing brain cells? Using cloning to enable couples who cannot conceive children to have children? Using cloning to create a genetic duplicate of a child, spouse, or loved one who dies?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 19, 2018, 9:39 pm ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/sociology/theoretical-framework/cloning-385592
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Although I do not deem the issue of human cloning as fully immoral because I think that in certain contexts, it has obvious advantages, I offer some evidence on both sides for you to conclude. Despite some religious fundamentals and ideologies that deem creating life as trying to "play God," which is unethical, I think that it is not a cut and dry issue.
Although I do see the government as pivotal in regulating human cloning, I feel that they should assess the motives for the procedures. If they are due to narcissism, I condemn the issue; for example, if a couple wants a certain gender or eye color for an offspring, it is unethical. However, if a couple cannot conceive naturally, then I see it as acceptable to ...
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