Columnist Andrew Fiala says we ought to ask ourselves whether we are really wise enough to manage the business of the birds and the bees. We should also realize what we risk losing when Cupid goes commercial and reproduction becomes an engineering problem.
Columnist Andrew Fiala says we ought to ask ourselves whether we are really wise enough to manage the business of the birds and the bees. We should also realize what we risk losing when Cupid goes commercial and reproduction becomes an engineering problem. Laurie McAdam Modesto Bee file illustration
Columnist Andrew Fiala says we ought to ask ourselves whether we are really wise enough to manage the business of the birds and the bees. We should also realize what we risk losing when Cupid goes commercial and reproduction becomes an engineering problem. Laurie McAdam Modesto Bee file illustration

Andrew Fiala on Ethics: Reproduction has gone way beyond the birds and the bees

February 12, 2016 12:18 PM

About Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.