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Personalism: A response to current bioethics

Card. Elio SgrecciaPrefect Emeritus, Pontifical Academy for Life“For us, a person who is not able to reason, when very sick or not in full strength, still has the full dignity of a human person.?Elena María ; PostigoUniversidad San Pablo CEU (Spain)“Personalism is still able to effectively respond to serious problems in which a person?s life is in danger, we promote respect for the dignity of that life and safeguard of its existence, from its beginning until its natural end.”There are many challenges and problems that face bioethics today. Among these problems is the excessive development of technology outside the control of science and of mankind.CB/RD-HCWP