The New Bioethics 1:1-3 (2021)

Bruce P. Blackshaw
University of Birmingham
In their previous book,1 Samuel and Maureen Condic provided a comprehensive defence of the position that a human being's life begins at fertilisation. They briefly addressed the twinning argument,...
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