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Eugenics

Summary: Social issues, forced sterilization, as well as racial discrimination are concerns which demonstrate the unethical ideology of eugenics. Eugenics is the study of human heredity, aimed at improving the genetic quality of the human stock.
Eugenics is the study of human heredity, aimed at improving the genetic quality of the human stock. Similarly, it can be understood better as the process that selective breeding can improve human society. Taken from a scientific approach, eugenics attempts to create a genetically superior race. Thus, destroying moral standards of what should be decided and who should decide. I strongly disagree with this method of genetic engineering because it portrays various unprincipled attributes. Social issues, forced sterilization, as well as racial discrimination are concerns which demonstrate the unethical ideology of eugenics. These are concerns which separately pose disagreement among many variety of people, and when combined form a much larger issue.

The negative factors of social issues intensify as genetic knowledge enhances. For instance, human strife for genetic perfection is a costly practice, this result's in a broadening gap, which already exists between the rich and less...

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