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Título: Boa ética e boa ciência: o percurso da investigação em células estaminais
Autor: Carvalho, Ana Sofia
Data: 2010
Editora: Fundação Manuel Leão
Citação: CARVALHO, Ana Sofia - Boa ética e boa ciência: o percurso da investigação em células estaminais. Revista Interdisciplinar sobre o Desenvolvimento Humano. ISSN 2182-1364. N.º 1 (2010), p. 45-51
Resumo: We live in an era of important turning point in the paradigm of the relationship between ethics and science. The gap in time between the scientific discoveries and the concomitant ethical reflection gradually wears off; ethics, or perhaps more accurately bioethics, found his rhythm. What is currently bioethics of emerging situations (cloning stem cells, gene therapy, Preimplantation Genetic Diagnostics) has been contributed undoubtedly to this change. Today, Science happens and bioethics reflects; reflecting on the possibilities, considered the risks, advancing proposals which, without being scientific, print hues in the pace of scientific development. In this presentation, through the journey of stem cell research, we will try to analyse how the bioethics is, or can be, a challenge to the limits. With this example we will try to illustrate how bringing ethics to the scientific debate to solve ethical objections or uncertainties become a healthy exercise of good ethics and good science. Perhaps we should welcome this trend as promising for the future relationship between ethics and scientific research; proven the stimulus (and not the block) that ethics could bring to the discussion about the limits.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/12856
Versão do Editor: http://www.ridh.fmleao.pt/riDH_ana_sofia.html
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