The horizon that is looming is characterized not only by a dissociation between biological parents and social parents but even the link between childbirth and motherhood , the ability to perform acts (contracts or not) of their own bodies in order to be able to use procreative techniques and new parental atypical relationships . Given the fact that all this can be developed in a regime of constitutional solidarity according to an evolved concept of family relationships and parent-child relationship depends on the level of sensitivity and culture of the society.

Heterologous fertilization between science and law: what future is expected?

Alpini A
2015

Abstract

The horizon that is looming is characterized not only by a dissociation between biological parents and social parents but even the link between childbirth and motherhood , the ability to perform acts (contracts or not) of their own bodies in order to be able to use procreative techniques and new parental atypical relationships . Given the fact that all this can be developed in a regime of constitutional solidarity according to an evolved concept of family relationships and parent-child relationship depends on the level of sensitivity and culture of the society.
childbirth; motherhood; fertilization
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