Write a 600-800 word essay answering the following prompt:
In his book “Siddhartha”, Hesse deliberately paints Siddhartha’s meandering journey to enlightenment, and the unforeseen encounters he has on the way, as essential to the end goal. Savulescu asserts that we are under a moral imperative to remove any potential impediments to the good life in utero. How does this contrast with Hesse’s message? Which of the two viewpoints offers the best chance at achieving the good life? Use evidence from the texts to support your argument.
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https://www.ttbook.org/interview/moral-argument-human-cloning-genetic-enhancement link for savulescu