Journal Of Management Policy & Practice
Business and Leadership
A human embryo is, by medical definition, "...the developing organism from fertilization to the end of the eighth week." In the largely un-settled legal realm, a human embryo is "...neither] 'persons' or 'property', but occupying] an interim category that entitles them to special respect because of their potential for human life." Much of the overall debate about human embryos comes from the fact that they may be people, property, or something in between. There is no clear consensus, but we can debunk some inaccuracies based on what is recognized now. This article will attempt to begin to do so.
Reich, J. Brad. 2013. "Acquiring, Distributing, and Disposing of Potential Human Life: The Current Status of Human Embryos Beyond Chicanery II." Journal Of Management Policy & Practice 14(3): 11-17.