Pontificia Academia pro Vita
|Identity and statute of human embryo|
Proceedings of the Third Assembly of the Pontifical Academy for life (Vatican City, February 14-16, 1997)
|1998, Libreria Editrice Vaticana|
|Paperback, pp. 464|
|Language: English |
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The problem of the Identity and status of the Human Embryo is intimately related to the beginning of a person's life, and is a topic which has been debated in many meetings the last few years. Unfortunately, philosophical perspectives have frequently been insufficient and inadequate conclusions have been taken from biological sciences. Hence, this is a field that requires deep reflexion and precision in the use of the concepts in order to help bioethicist, lawyers, doctors and biologists.