The Nature of the Moral Obligation to Select the Best Children
The author explains the nature of the moral obligation to select the best child. The author argues that our reason to select the best child is an impersonal. It is easily defeated by person-affecting moral obligations. Since our obligations to select better children are weak, there is little risk of a slide back to the old eugenics.
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