Is Human 'Imperfection' Such A Bad Thing?

Sunday, January 18, 2009 - 21:28 in Mathematics & Economics

Imagine a world of 'human perfection' where disabled people are a distant memory, edited out by medical enhancement and economic cost-benefit analysis: a world where thanks to generic selection and economic crises disabled people find themselves expendable. Is such a world desirable? Not necessarily so, says one researcher.

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