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FEMINIST BIOETHICS AND GENETIC TERMINATION

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ABSTRACT

A brief discussion of how relational autonomy, phenomenological theories of embodiment and narrative approaches to clinical ethics can open up the space for more subtle feminist ethical reflection about genetic termination.
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Keywords: embodiment; feminist bioethics; genetic termination; narrative identity; relational autonomy

Document Type: Discussion

Publication date: 2007-11-01

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