Pandora's Box: Feminism Confronts Reproductive Technology
This text offers a perspective on the ethical dimensions of providing and using reproductive technologies, including contraception and antenatal intervention. The author combines legal theory and feminist philosophy to examine many points of view.
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DEFINITION AND JUSTIFICATION
TECHNOPHOBIA FINRRAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
MY BODY MY RIGHT
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