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Medical Experiments on Incompetent Individuals in a Society
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Medical Experiments on Incompetent Individuals in a Society Student name Professor name Course number Date of submission Medical Experiments on Incompetent Individuals in a Society The issue of the use of human individuals for the purpose of medical experiments is fraught with complications and there are arguments that can be put forward on the part of people who are both for and against the idea.
Many factors are important and need to be taken into consideration while a problem of this intensity is being discussed. The divisions in the society need to be taken into account. Racial differences and how intelligence in different races and societies are assessed is an important aspect of such a debate. One must also assess the question as to who possesses the right to assess the intelligence of people who are to be subjected to medical experiments. What constitutes intelligence also remains an important part of this debate that would decide the future of human society. Much of this debate can be argued to stem from the work of the great naturalist, Charles Darwin, who argued that in a world where the natural resources that is available to everybody is limited, the law of the ‘survival of the fittest’ would be the one that holds (Darwin). ...
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