1. P. S. Penner & R. T. Hull (2008). The Beginning of Individual Human Personhood. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 33 (2):174-182.
    Even for persons who hold to the ethical acceptance of abortion practices in general, questions of detail often arise. If you assume the distinction between the physical human organism alone and the person that is associated with that organism, then you must face the question of whether it is permissible to abort a fetus if the corresponding person has come into being. We take the position that the abortion of a fetus that has achieved this level of development should be (...)
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  2. R. T. Hull (1997). Genetic Carrier Status and the Contextual Reality of Genetic Disease: A Contribution to URAM Genome Studies. Ultimate Reality and Meaning 20 (4):304-316.
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  3. R. T. Hull, A. V. Razin, D. Longo, S. F. Anisimov, A. I. Titarenko, E. L. Dubko, V. S. Pazenok & V. N. Sagatovsky (1996). Symposium: Russian Value Theory. Journal of Value Inquiry 30:81-167.
     
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