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by Sheldon Krimsky,Peter Shorrett

  • Author: Sheldon Krimsky,Peter Shorrett
  • ISBN: 0742543412
  • ISBN13: 978-0742543416
  • ePub: 1987 kb | FB2: 1733 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 11, 2005)
  • Pages: 256
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Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age: Why We Need a Genetic Bill of Rights ePub download

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. An interesting read! Highly recommended.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age is the first book reaching broadly into biotechnology that imbeds the issues into a rights framework for the social management of technology. The contributors to the volume comprise prominent university scientists. This book is a wonderful contribution to a much needed assessment of the potential dangers awaiting us if we proceed in a reckless way. (Nature Biotechnology).

Academics, advocates, and activists argue that societies need a genetic bill of rights to protect the civil liberties, communitarian values, and minority rights of people against a technology that is out of control. The work with the ten principles that comprise the Genetic Bill of Rights developed by the Council for Responsible Genetics, which also produced the volume. Academics, advocates, and activists argue that societies need a genetic bill of rights to protect the civil liberties, communitarian values, and minority rights of people against a technology that is out of control

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This book explores the impact of new genetic technologies on how people define their "personhood" and their basic civil liberties. It questions the thesis of "scientism" where "rights" must adapt and conform to technological changes. Disability Rights and Genetic Discrimination. 178. Exculpatory DNA Evidence. Sheldon Krimsky is professor of urban and environmental policy and planning at Tufts University and adjunct professor of family medicine and community health at the Tufts Medical School. Peter Shorett is director of programs at the Council for Responsible Genetics and writes in a variety of venues on the economics and politics of science.

Sheldon Krimisky, Peter Shorett, Bill McKibben. Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age is the first book reaching broadly into biotechnology that imbeds the issues into a rights framework for the social management of technology

Sheldon Krimisky, Peter Shorett, Bill McKibben. The contributors to the volume comprise prominent university scientists, civil rights lawyers, and public interest activists who bring their perspectives to issues where science and civil liberties meet head on. This book explores the impact of new genetic technologies on how people define their "personhood" and their basic civil liberties.

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Genetic Alchemy: The Social History of the Recombinant DNA Controversy. Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age: Why We Need a Genetic Bill of Rights (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2005). Social Theories of Risk (Praeger, 1992). Sheldon Krimsky and Marion Nestle. GMOs Decoded: A Skeptic's View of Genetically Modified Foods (Food, Health, and the Environment)". MIT Press, March 12, 2019) 216pp.

Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age Why We Need a Genetic Bill of Rights.

Krimsky, Sheldon, and Peter Shorett, ed. ights and Liberties in the Biotech Age: Why We Need a Genetic Bill . ights and Liberties in the Biotech Age: Why We Need a Genetic Bill of Rights. Lanham, M. Rowman and Littlefield, 2005. This collection of very brief essays identifies a range of concerns among those who feel that biotechnology must be limited. Some essays address science; others raise philosophical or legal issues.

Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age is the first book reaching broadly into biotechnology that imbeds the issues into a rights framework for the social management of technology. The contributors to the volume comprise prominent university scientists, civil rights lawyers, and public interest activists who bring their perspectives to issues where science and civil liberties meet head on. This book explores the impact of new genetic technologies on how people define their "personhood" and their basic civil liberties. It questions the thesis of "scientism" where "rights" must adapt and conform to technological changes. Instead, the authors explore the expansion of human rights in the face of new biomedical and bio-agricultural advances so that "rights" and not "technologies" are at the forefront of discussion.
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