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  1. MIT o Moralnom Poboljšanju: Povratak U Budućnost?Veselin Mitrović - 2012 - Filozofija I Društvo 23 (2):111-123.
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    The Myth of the Moral Enhancement: Back to the Future?Veselin Mitrovic - 2012 - Filozofija I Društvo 23 (2):111-123.
    This text tries to shed some light on the origin of the idea of moral enhancement, on its epistemic and moral foundations. This requires a comparative analysis of similar ideas present in various trends of bioethics today - the analysis of the very roots of Poter’s global bioethics, the idea of moral enhancement, as well as the break between advocates of moral enhancement and John Harris, their transhumanist colleague, with whom they used to share the same perspective. In this article (...)
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    The Contingency of the "Enhancement" Arguments: The Possible Transition From Ethical Debate to Social and Political Programs.Veselin Mitrovic - 2014 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 13 (37):93-124.
    Whatever we speak about enhancement as the, just, one array of the wide range of the bioethical fields, or as the kind of ideological and theoretical field, it is necessary to emphasize relevant ideological and theoretical distinctions between different approaches. Trying to give some fundamental shape to debate among them, as well within themselves, I specified three possible streams with more or less arbitrary boundaries. First one is transhumanistic stream , whose representatives openly promote the practice of genetic, prosthetic and (...)
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    Parents' Religious and Secular Perspectives on IVF Planning in Serbia.Veselin Mitrović - 2016 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 15 (43):48-81.
    The social and institutional background of this research can be summarized as the relation between public and governmental policies on the one hand, and the experience of patients and IVF experts on the other. Namely, one third of all pregnancies achieved in state-funded in vitro fertilizations obscure some ethical and health issues, especially among patients who abandon the state-funded IVF programme in Serbia. The goal of the current research is to identify, describe and understand ethical and social issues that parents (...)
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