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People say 'that's what the Nazis did'

Sydney Morning Herald Friday 13th September, 2013

For Oxford-based expatriate philosopher and ethicist Julian Savulescu, this is a debate whose time has come, and one in which he is a fierce advocate for letting science speak for itself and leaving individuals to decide for themselves how they use the information. "[We're] starting to identify things associated with personality and with cognitive capacities," he says. "Everyone has different limitations and capacities and it's pretty obvious that a lot of that, at least some of it, we are born with. And if we're born with it, we can influence it. And that's the point of the argument: that we...


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