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Technology vs. Ethics

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Wu Fanyi

on 26 May 2016

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Transcript of Technology vs. Ethics

Contraception
Thank You
In the Future
Changes of Ethics Promote Medical Tech
Contradiction
Early days:
Against contraception
With the development of sex ethics...
Genetic
Engineering
Tech or Ethic?
Introduction
Once upon

a time...
Euthanasia: Gentle and Easy Death
Medical Tech Can Promote Ethics
Nowadays, the rapid development of medical technology has made great contributions to healthy services.
However, these technologies bring big challenges to the notion of the relationship between medicine and human beings at the same time.

Medical technology challenge the old notion of medicine ethics whereas it makes people rethink medicine ethics and promotes the advanced evolutions of medicine ethics.
Correspondingly, with the restriction of medicine ethics, medical technology would not do harm to us and would develop friendly.
Technology vs. Ethics
A Dialectical Relationship in Medicine
Significance
in
Medical History
Cure diseases
&
Prolong life-span
Impacts on
Relationships
Privacies
Equality
Potential
Dangers
Human Cloning
Half-Man Monsters
Gene Selection
Genetic Weapon
Head Transplant
Great Challenge
in the Future
Problems
Laws
Identities
Ethics
Collisions with
Traditions
Principles
Overall benefits first
Combination of suitability and creativity
Equitable distribution
Prediction principle
Nowadays
Young's obligation to finish the elder's pain .
20th century
1920s
Attention in Europe
1936
Committee in Great Britain
1938
Society in United States
1944
Associations in Australia and South Africa
WWII
Used by Nazi for Massacre
1976
Tokyo Declaration
1980
An International
Association
1987
First TV Series in Germany
1994
TV Series
His own choice of euthanasia
Anesthesia & Clinical diagnosis
No quality and of no value.
Right to deal with his own life.
Against the humanitarianism
Why?
Religions
Technology
Society
Marriage and family system
Sexual liberation
Development of technology
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