This paper criticizes the view, advanced by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Franklin Miller, that the wrongness of killing is fully explicable in terms of the wrongness of disabling. I argue that this view has unacceptably inegalitarian implications.
- definition/determination of death
- embryos and fetuses
- stem cell research
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