Od eugeniki do procedury zapłodnienia in vitro
From Eugenics to IVF Procedure
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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a method known almost all over the world, by which modern man is trying to cope with the problem of infertility. The aim of this article is to show the eugenic roots of in vitro and to attempt to reconciliate the supporters and opponents of this controversial procedure at a NaProTechnological plane. In order to achieve this, the author characterizes IVF from the technical, medical and legal point of view. Then, the article shows the relationship between the in vitro procedure and eugenic thought. The third section contextualizes the problem of artificial insemination in the contemporary, human uncritical faith in technological progress. The last part of this article directs the reader's attention towards NaProTechnology – a method of infertility treatement which can engage both the supporters and the opponents of IVF.
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