The Non-Ownership Thesis: A German Perspective
The fundamental constitutional role of the principle of human dignity forbids any commercial or instrumental use of human body parts in Germany. The legal and ethical backgrounds of this ban are elucidated. As Kantian moral thought is pivotal here, its implications for the non-ownership thesis are explained and discussed.
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