Reproductive Technologies - Does Choice Mean Freedom?
Reproductive Technologies - Does choice mean freedom?
'...One does not, it might be said, increase a person's freedom simply by increasing the sheer quantity of possibilities which he or she can choose from.'
The issue of reproductive technologies in our society today raises an interesting question. Do they increase a women's freedom of choice or do they expand the power of men and science over women. Is freedom to choose what they can do with their bodies truly freedom. Freedom, as a core, is the absence of external impediment. In this sort of area can women truly be free of external impediment, also is this truly freedom of choice? 'The range of physical possibilities from which a person can choose at a given moment has no direct relevance to freedom...Whether a person is free or not does not depend on the range of choice.' (Haylek 1960, p.12f). …
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