Biotechnology and the human good
Talbot School of Theology
Some of humankind's greatest tools have been forged in the research laboratory. Who could argue that medical advances like antibiotics, blood transfusions, and pacemakers have not improved the quality of people's lives? But with each new technological breakthrough there comes an array of consequences, at once predicted and unpredictable, beneficial and hazardous.
Biotechnology -- Moral and ethical aspects; Medical ethics; Values
Georgetown University Press
Rae, Scott B. (2007). Biotechnology and the human good. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.