Practical problems in medical ethics: I. An unexpected finding of non-paternity

As you probably know, this site is dedicated to practical philosophy, which includes discussions of philosophies of life (Stoicism, Epicureanism, Buddhism, and the like), issues in metaphysics and philosophy of mind that have practical import (free will, anyone?), and of course ethics. Lots of ethics. After all, for the ancient Greco-Romans, “ethics”…