"Who's Afraid of Human Cloning?" by Gregory Pence
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This paper discusses the book by Gregory Pence about human cloning. The author analyzes his work and argues that the writer stresses the importance of human cloning and criticizes all those who take an opposing stand. A discussion of the scientific background on the subject and an argument for the scientific breakthrough.
From the Paper:"Who's Afraid of Human Cloning by Gregory Pence discusses human cloning and dispels myths. The author takes the state that human cloning is perfectly fine. In fact he states that most arguments against human cloning are unsound. He calls people who say that cloning is repulsive ignorant. "The reason why this point is important is that so much of the condemnation of human cloning is not based on arguments. Most of it consists of a conditioned "yuck factor." (Pence 6)."
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"Who's Afraid of Human Cloning?" by Gregory Pence (2003, February 11) Retrieved May 26, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/argumentative-essay/who-afraid-of-human-cloning-by-gregory-pence-4983/
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