Jennifer S. Hendricks (Colorado): Not of Woman Born: A Scientific Fantasy. Ezio Di Nucci (DUE): Fathers and Abortion. Michael Hauskeller (Exeter): Believing in the Dignity of Human Embryos. Aaron Simmons (GVSU): Do Embryos Have Interests? Why Embryos Are Identical to Future Persons But Not Harmed by Death. Something that is right must not always be good; the debate about the rights of unborn babies and infants tells us why. A review of The Undead: Organ Harvesting, the Ice-Water Test, Beating Heart Cadavers — How Medicine Is Blurring the Line Between Life and Death by Dick Teresi. Brian Leiter (Chicago): The Truth is Terrible. From an ethical perspective the existential conditions of humankind are non-negotiable; fundamental law cannot therefore be created by will or consent — it is rather the existential necessity of life itself that forms the ethos of law, so fundamental law therefore logically differs from willed law. Urvertrauen: “It is the greatest taboo to imply in any way that existence itself is not good, but evil” (and more). When confronting death do atheists think of God, or maybe Ray Kurzweil?