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Tateiwa, Shinya(立岩 真也) 2016 On Private Property, English Version, Kyoto Books

 chap.4 note 23
  "Situations involving infertility treatments and surrogate motherhood confront us with the problem of an incessant and limitlessly expanding desire."(Ogino [1991a:141]).
 These techniques have also been referred to as the equivalent of "gambling" or an "addictive drug."
 "... you always think, just one more time. ... something you get hooked on. And just like any real junkies, you're part of a whole scene" (Solomon [1989:173 = 1991:264])
 The reason that the use of certain drugs is more strictly prohibited than gambling is that once you start taking these drugs it is very difficult to stop. In the case of reproductive technologies, however, while it may indeed be difficult to know when to give up, it is not as though the sort of dependency people develop towards addictive drugs will arise from the use of these technologies itself, and as a result these drugs and reproductive technologies cannot be treated as though they were the same. The use of these technologies is indeed a "gamble." Some people assert that such gambling should be prohibited. Should it not at least be banned in cases in which it is clearly understood that there is a high probability of loss? What is being debated here, however, is whether or not to ban gambling itself. For most people the procedures fail. For a few people they succeed. If the existence of the latter outcome is premised on that of the former, then this state of affairs might perhaps be criticized. But this is not the case here; it is not some kind of "pyramid scheme." Perhaps we should take issue with the burdens placed on the body and physical risks involved rather than the low probability of success. But there are cases, few though they may be, in which people do receive some "benefit" from these procedures. If such cases did not exist and it were claimed that they did this would constitute fraud. But in the case of these technologies it cannot be denied that for some people they do in fact succeed.

「◆23 「不妊治療や代理母の状況は、とめどなく無限に拡大していく欲望という問題を私たちにつきつける。」(荻野美穂[1991a:141])
 「あと一回だけ、みんなそう考える。…やめられなくなる。本物の麻薬と同じように、生活まるごとからめとられてしまう。」(Duelli Klein ed.[1989=1991:264])

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