Bioethics: Current controversies
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Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
This course was incredibly ableist. We spend several weeks debating whether EUGENICS is acceptable. Newsflash, it is not. The lecturer, tutors and content all reflected values that this university should NOT be supporting. Surely we have progressed far enough as a society that it is no longer acceptable to even entertain the idea that certain people should not exist based on genetic conditions like disability, "aggression" (the lecturer brought this up quite a few times, as though aggression is not a normal part of human functioning??) and even, as we had to discuss one week, the purely hypothetical idea of "moral inferiority" (truely the worst take). If I could give it a negative review, believe me, I would.