ifically the main purpose of this essay is to prove and reason out to the readers that the practice of prenatal cosmetic and genetic modification is something that should be considered unethical. In relation to the essay’s enthymeme, this essay aims to address the following questions: (1) What makes the practice of prenatal and cosmetic genetic modification unethical?; (2) Does the disadvantages of prenatal genetic modification outweighs its advantages in terms of moral, religious, and ethical concerns of most people?; (3) Does the practice of prenatal and cosmetic genetic modification make children or people in general become less unique as human beings?; and (4) How can one prove to the general public that the practice of prenatal and cosmetic genetic modification is indeed unethical?
(3) As explained by Link and Frye (125), prenatal genetic modification and cosmetic genetic modification are two different medical procedures in the sense that prenatal genetic modification is all about altering the unborn fetus’ genes in order to increase the chances whereby the child can enjoy the long-term benefit of having a sharper mind whereas cosmetic genetic modification includes the process of repairing skin-deep problems such as sagging skin which can be repaired through Botox injections. In general, there are quite a lot of reasons why the practice of prenatal and cosmetic genetic modification should be considered unethical. For instance, as a common knowledge, the practice of prenatal genetic modifications will empower each couple to choose their preferred genetic makeup for their child(ren) (Link and Frye 124). However, in the article written by Michael J. Sandel entitled “The Case against Perfection”, the author mentioned that the practice of prenatal genetic modifications is unethical since it deprives the child his or her “right to autonomy” (Link and Frye 124).
(4) By nature, each person will have their own unique set of genetic makeup which they can