1. Why does Kass suggest that the concern for biotechnological enhancement may be “a touch self-indulgent?”
2. How does Kass call into question the distinction between therapy and enhancement?
3. What are the obvious risks of biotechnologies that Kass identifies?
4. What sorts of things stimulate “repugnance” in Kass’s account? Is Kass right to identify a sort of wisdom in this sort of repugnance?
5. What does Kass think is wrong with “playing God?”
6. Why does Kass celebrate humility and modesty in the face of the “givenness” of life?
7. Is Kass right that there are goods that can be obtained only if we accept the aging of our bodies?

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