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Re: Is Cloning Morally Ethical?

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Posted by phil.o.Sofir on January 19, 1999 14:43:34 UTC

: Agreed, agreed. Truth is very biased. Unfortunate. I do believe that there are those who could be objectively untainted, but they stay silent.

: nâte and I had an interesting discussion at the black hole II forum regarding life "et all" but also touches on matters that you mention in your reply.

: In the final analysis, it's really about one's beliefs, as fraile as they may seem, and what actions they do and justify with them.

: Tön

Yes, but truth is not relative, so it is the interpretations of truth which are biased, and control much of the direction and activity of our daily lives and even our phil.o.sofical reasoning. And you are correct in that it applies to us here and now, and how we manipulate our surroundings and beliefs to agree with what we hope is true for whatever reason, I wish I could claim to be totally objective, you were joking when you said one such could exist?

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