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Kloning: konflik tussen wat kan en wat mag. ’n Voorlopige ondersoek vanuit teologies-etiese perspektief

J. H. van Wyk
In die Skriflig/In Luce Verbi | Vol 33, No 1 | a1668 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/ids.v33i1.1668 | © 1999 J. H. van Wyk | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 13 June 1999 | Published: 13 June 1999

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J. H. van Wyk,, South Africa

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It surely is not an overstatement to say that the first successful cloning of a sheep in 1997 in Scotland can be described as a Copernican revolution - not only in medical ethics but also in man's world view. The question thus arises how long it will eventually take before a human being will be cloned This issue, however, foregrounds the ethical concern of whether a process that scientifically can be implemented and a result that can be achieved always ought to be executed Ofcourse there are many pro's as far as the cloning of a human being is concerned, but what about the con's? Focusing on this specific issue, it is attempted to find a provisional answer from a theological-ethical point of view.


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