Real and Metaphorical Moral Limits in the Biotech Debate

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Author: Marc Saner

Originally published in Nature Biotechnology, this paper has now been anthologized in a book by Michael Ruse and David Castle entitled Genetically Modified Foods, New York: Prometheus Books. It examines the ethical debate surrounding modern biotechnology from the process vs. product perspective, arguing that fully understanding these two viewpoints is crucial to moving the debate ahead.

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