Embryo Is Not a Person

      • "Persons . . . are members of a social community that shapes and values them, and personhood must be defined in terms of interactions and relationships with others."

        Susan Sherwin. 1999. Ethical Issues: Perspectives for Canadians. Ed. Soifer, Eldon. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, p. 267

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Susan Sherwin attempts to define personhood on the basis of interactions of individuals in relationships with others. The next slides will examine some of the problems associated with these ideas.

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