Category Archives: Practical Ethics

Male Circumcision – Why “No” to illegalisation?

Brief Synopsis: The German court in Cologne has recently made circumcision in Cologne illegal. This has led to surgeons being worried and ceasing to perform such operations for non-medical reasons. It has also led to religious minorities feeling alienated and … Continue reading

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Circumcision morality

Brief synopsis: Male circumcision has been brought to the media and public spot light after a 4 year old boy from Turkish (Muslim) parents had to take him back to hospital because of repeated bleeding. The hospital decided to report … Continue reading

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