> > St. Augustine said: "There cannot yet be said to be
> > a live soul in a body that lacks sensation".
and John Marlow wrote:
> Exceedingly curious that he would use that qualifier, wouldn't you
St. Augustine also wrote: "Non est homicida qui abortum
procurat antequam anima corpori infusa sit".
But Aristotle already said that. And, recently, also Jacques Maritain
St. Augustine's position and biotechnology are not minor
problems, in Vatican City, these days, as you can read
(unfortunately just in italian)
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