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March 15, 2010


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It also seems that we can draw a fairly clear distinction between the sale of, say, kidneys, corneas, or livers and eggs and sperm. Whether there should be a ban on the sale of the former is something I don't have a very settled opinion on, but they seem clearly distinguishable from the sale of the later.

Kim Krawiec

Agreed, Matt. The risks are really not comparable. I suppose if ones primary objection is one of commodification, rather than of exploitation, then one could argue the similarity. But Im not a believer in commodification arguments of that sort anyway.

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