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World’s First Lab-Grown Burger: The Ethical Implications

World’s First Lab-Grown Burger: The Ethical Implications

Sam Woolfe August 14, 2013 0

Last Monday the world’s first lab-grown, in vitro burger was cooked and eaten in London. Professor Mark Post from Maastricht University, along with his colleagues, took adult stem cells from a cow and then

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Selling the case against foreign aid

Selling the case against foreign aid

Backbencher August 6, 2013 1

Eleanor Sharman discusses effective ways to argue for a libertarian approach to foreign aid. Most people reading this will be familiar with the arguments against foreign aid. And, what’s more, a good proportion will

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Should we respect religious beliefs? Or merely tolerate them?(Pt2)

Backbencher May 26, 2013 0

In Part 2 of his latest two-part discussion, Sami Steinbock addresses a key tension at the intersection of the liberal secular and the religious spheres. In this concluding part of my discussion, I want

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Paul Lamb’s Request for the Right to Die

Paul Lamb’s Request for the Right to Die

Sam Woolfe May 1, 2013 2

  Paul Lamb, who was previously known as ‘L’, has revealed his true identity in an assisted dying court case. Previously he had the right to anonymity, but has decided to waive this right

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