UDC 575.827:1

THE PROGRESS IN GENETIC ENGINEERING AND THE ETHICAL LIMITS OF DIRECTED HUMAN`S IMPACT ON NATURE

Pelyh Viktor Hrihorovich1, Ushakova Svetlana Valerievna2
1Kherson State Agricultural University, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, professor
2Kherson State Agricultural University, post-graduate student

Abstract
Connection between philosophy and human, his needs and interests is constant. At this stage of development genetic engineering influences directed the nature, largely solving the problems of humanity. But there is a conflict between the scientific and technical progress and the existing norms of morality. So any technical and technological breakthrough could lead to irreversible changes both positive and negative. The main task is still to determine the boundaries of human intervention in nature.

Keywords: cloning, ethical problems, genetic engineering, global environmental problem, morality norms, scientific-technical progress, stem cells


Category: Philosophy

Article reference:
The progress in genetic engineering and the ethical limits of directed human`s impact on nature // Humanities scientific researches. 2014. № 2 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2014/02/6037

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