- Title Pages
- Introduction to <i>Human Flourishing in an Age of Gene Editing</i>
- 1 Welcoming the Unexpected
- 2 Flourishing and the Value of Authenticity
- 3 The Dismal Fate of Flourishing in Public Policy Bioethics
- 4 Editing the Best of All Possible Worlds
- 5 Daoism, Flourishing, and Gene Editing
- 6 Can We Care about Nature?
- 7 Do More Choices Lead to More Flourishing?
- 8 “Good Parents” Can Promote Their Own and Their Children’s Flourishing
- 9 Parental Responsibility and Gene Editing
- 10 Choice, Chance, and Acceptance
- 11 Unraveling the Human Tapestry
- 12 Creaturehood and Deification as Anchors for an Ethics of Gene Editing
- 13 Recovering Practical Wisdom as a Guide for Human Flourishing
- 14 Whose Conception of Human Flourishing?
- 15 Reprogenetic Technologies Between Private Choice and Public Good
- 16 The Politics of Intrinsic Worth
- 17 Bioethics Contra Biopower
- Human Flourishing in an Age of Gene Editing
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