The debate "Human cloning is immoral" was started by
January 4, 2019, 12:13 am.
27 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 15 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
DollarStoreDildo posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Vvvvvvv, ranwarrior, Nanjinga_90, WiseWords, MatthewTurner03, TJefferson, Debate_Master1011, mzidanr and 19 visitors agree.
DollarStoreDildo, lucais_fitz, goodlo, Argument_fightme, HelloWorLd and 10 visitors disagree.
Morality is a personal determination. Two people can look at the same action and disagree about whether it is moral. As no one has posted any argument for why it is immoral it is hard to really have a debate about it.
But I would say that morality itself is a fantasy. It shifts over time and across cultures. Trying to stop scientific progress (I am guessing that is the underlying point of saying it is immoral) based on a moral argument is pointless. Science will advance either way.
It's a bit like saying killing is wrong we should never do it. That is obviously not going to work. We need rules for how and when we should do it (IE self defense, war etc), not a blanket ban. Rules about who can clone, when they can clone and under what circumstances, will be much more effective at making cloning "moral".
consent! consent! consent! if there is consent, why would it be immoral?
In what way would it be considered immoral?