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Analysis of the film Gattaca in reference to its discussion about eugenics and getenics engineering
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Running Head: GATTACA ANALYSIS Analysis of the film Gattaca in reference to its discussion about eugenics and genetic engineering Name Class University Analysis of the film Gattaca in reference to its discussion about eugenics and genetic engineering The film Gattaca (1997) presents a moral dilemma as it explores a world in which genetic selection has created races of people in which some are considered better and put into a higher social class than those who are conceived naturally.
However, despite a very firm belief that any attempt at perfecting the human condition through selectively engineering children will have a detrimental effect on the human species, it is undeniable that if allowed, I would go back and have things corrected. It is in this desire to be perfected and saved, balanced against the detriment to society that supports the idea that legislation must prevent this from being a part of reproductive options. The concept of eugenics is defined by Francis Galton, British eugenicist and scientist, as “science that studies all the influences that may potentially effect reproduction, with the purpose of preventing degeneration and attaining the improvement of the human species” (Lavrin, 1998, p. 161). While the concept of eugenics seems to be defined by a pure intent, the central problem with eugenics is that it weeds out diversities and challenges that inspire human innovation. ...
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