Published on September 15, 2003
The New Atlantis, Number 3, Fall 2003, pp. 23-33.
Both war and bioethics raise existential questions about the American idea of the good life. Eric Cohen explores why we should care about bioethics in a time of war, why this is an important moment in the biotechnology debate, and what our mortal condition has to do with the possibility of human dignity and human excellence.
(Click here to read this entire article from the Fall 2003 issue of The New Atlantis.)
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