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The Ethics of Genetic Engineering (Routledge Annals of Bioethics) Hardcover – October 3, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0415769945 ISBN-10: 0415769949 Edition: 1st

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'A lawyer and philosopher by training, Berry skillfully negotiates complicated and theoretically dense issues by bringing a broad range of political philosophers and ethicists into meaningful dialogue ... As the promise of this powerful technology becomes a reality, the questions Berry asks will become ever more important for us to contemplate. Her book offers an excellent resource for those interested in getting a head start.' – Erica K. Rangel (St. Louis University), The American Journal of Bioethics

'Roberta M. Berry has written a creative book on how ethics can inform individual decisions and social policy on human genetic engineering ... There are two qualities that distinguish this book from the pack. First, the author has a richer understanding of of ethical theory than most writing in the field of "genome ethics." She uses a broad tapestry of ethical theories as lenses for analyzing problems. And second, Berry applies a creative form of dialogue ... From a teaching standpoint, Berry's dialogues will be  useful in reaching students who may have difficulty in applying ethical theory to contemporary problems.' Sheldon Krimsky (Tufts University), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

--This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Roberta M. Berry is Associate Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Law, Science and Technology Program at Georgia Institute of Techology, USA.

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