Part I Introduction Introduction: regenerative medicine at the heart of the culture wars / King-Tak Ip Part II Prospect of Being Posthuman: the metaphysical roots of the moral contoversies Regenerative medicine after humanism: puzzles regarding the use of embryonic stem cells, germ-line genetic engineering, and the immanent pursuit of human flourishing / H. Tristram Englehardt Genetic manipulation and the resurrection body / Robert Song Secular humanist bioethics and regenerative medicine / Ping-cheung Lo Radical disagreements of Chinese views on fetal life and implications for bioethics / Nie Jing-Bao Part III A human Embryonic stem-cell research: the geography of persistent disagreement Using and misusing embryos: the ethical debates / Brenda Almond Trading lives or changing human nature: the strange dilemma of embryo-based regenerative medicine / Glen Mcgee Therapeutic cloning, frspect for human embryo, and symbolic value / Jonathan Chan Part IV A Search for a larger picture: regenerative medicine and the moral enterprise Medical biotechnologies: are there effective ethical arguments for policy making? / Ruiping Fan and Erika Yu Extending human life: to what end? / Brent Waters Ethics of Regenerative medicine: beyond humanism and posthumanism / Gerald P. Mckenny Virtue in vitro: virtue ethics as an alternative to questions of moral status / Justin Ho and Garret Merriam Index.
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