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Dr. David Prentice on when human life begins and the science of human development Life, Liberty, and Law

    • Society & Culture

When does human life begin? It’s the central question that requires answering when considering the human right to life. And science and medicine provide a clear answer. It turns out that the greater challenge lies in addressing the ethical, moral, and political responses to the scientific and medical reality of human life. Who counts? Are all human beings worthy of the human right to life? Dr. David Prentice, Vice President and Research Director for the Charlotte Lozier Institute, joins us to consider these issues and share his passion for science, medicine, embryology, and resolving human rights issues that can sometimes seem unresolvable.

When does human life begin? It’s the central question that requires answering when considering the human right to life. And science and medicine provide a clear answer. It turns out that the greater challenge lies in addressing the ethical, moral, and political responses to the scientific and medical reality of human life. Who counts? Are all human beings worthy of the human right to life? Dr. David Prentice, Vice President and Research Director for the Charlotte Lozier Institute, joins us to consider these issues and share his passion for science, medicine, embryology, and resolving human rights issues that can sometimes seem unresolvable.

50 min

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