I came across this on Google books.
By Julian Savulescu, Nick Bostromhttp://books.google.com/books?id=86I15B2WMMIC&dq=%22Julian+Savulescu%22+%22Human+Enhancement%22&printsec=frontcover&source=bl&ots=6JBkXtBHcj&sig=2qz7dFOff1t7MVnIVVL5ix6My1I&hl=en&ei=YanjSaWVA4qHkAXa4rDVCw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1
In Japan, acceptance of abortion was historically driven not so much by women's rights as by a concern to control population growth for Malthusian reasons. ...Page 47
If history is a guide, either the normal humans will view the 'better' humans as 'the other' and seek to control or destroy them, or vice-versa. ...Page 49
For Annas, private genetic decisions that effect the larger human gene pool 'could all fit into a new category of "crimes against humanity" in the strict sense, as actions that threaten the integrity of the human species itself.28
This concern for the corporate human control of our species' boundaries provides common ground with both those who fear the consequences of disregarding 'evolution's wisdom' in crafting our inheritance, and those who would seek to protect the rights of future generations by defending their 'right to an untampered genome'.29
For if we become able to control our natures despite never having wanted mastery and power, the question of how to deal with those who do not exercise the ...Page 117
But a fourth concern about ex-ante enhancements is that a parent will simply have greater control over the child's nature, whether she seeks it or not. ...Page 118
Suppose parents would have greater control than they now have over their children's characteristics with either ex-ante or ex-post enhancement. ...Page 255
That selection would be decisive for and would control the nature and life of the person. However, there is no reason whatever to believe such a genetic ...Page 304
Toward the end of the nineteenth century, when the birth control movement was imported in response to the rise of the concepts of New Malthusianism and ...Page 309
... warriors and religious groups ended, there may well have been a shared and acute awareness of the inevitability of the need for population control. ...Page 366
One tempting enhancement will be to better control the various subconscious clues we give off, so that we can lie more convincingly. ...