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JME Special Edition on Infanticide and “After-Birth Abortion”

2 May, 13 | by Iain Brassington

It’s going to be a little while before regular blogging resumes here – I’m aiming to get back up to speed in the next 10 days or so – but, in the meantime, the special edition of the JME devoted to The Paper Of Which We Do Not Speak is now out and available here.  Some of the papers are open access; others aren’t.

For better or worse, part of being unable to do much blogging at the moment is that I’m not going to be around much to mod any comments that come in – as I’m sure they will – over the next few days.  Don’t go thinking you’re being blocked: it’s much more likely that I’m marking essays.

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  • Mike Sullivan

    The bioethicists continue to censor the disability community from responding to their thought experiments on killing babies with Down syndrome. Here is a response to the academic elitism and heart dissonance of those who promote death for our children http://www.savingdowns.com/bioethicists-ask-how-we-can-best-promote-infanticide/

    • http://www.law.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/staff/iain_brassington Iain Brassington

      I’m not sure how a whole edition of the journal, with considerations from all corners, amounts to censorship…

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