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Illegal Beings: Human Clones

In a moral society, people shouldn't own people or clones

david ( 06/09/2005, 01:27:18 )

I don't believe a person can actually "belong" to another person in the literal sense, unless we are talking about slaves. In the context of your statement, "belong" means "to own," right? Our children are extensions of ourselves but they don't belong to us. By the same token, clones, being human beings, shouldn't belong to anyone either. Like other human beings, they should have their rights, too. In the figurative sense, I would agree that a wife would belong to a husband in the sense that she is his and not anyone else's. But he doesn't own her. Does that make sense?

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