Today German lawmakers agreed to allow broader embryonic stem cell use. But they signaled their ambivalence by refusing to completely do away with restrictions.
Germany's science minister, Annette Schavan, said reforming the law was key to fostering research in Germany.
“This is a good day for both protecting life and also for research in Germany,“ Schavan, of the Christian Democratic Union, said after the vote Friday. *
And may I add it is a good day for Mrs. Schavan et al.: Here questions like this one will not be asked.
There was, however, a German philosopher whose name is being pronounced like one of the words you could read in the devil's title: Kant.
And I am quite sure Kant would agree: What a bunch of hypocrites, per se!
Having followed the discussion about stem cell research from its beginning in the past milennium, I am not surprised, though.
To give you at least a glimpse, of what made me come to call hypocrites hypocrites, I commend reading this article.
* Full article here.