The Meanings of Genetics: Accounts of Biotechnology in the work of Habermas, Baudrillard and Derrida.
The paper determines the main themes in the humanities' responses to genetics and identifies gaps and constraints in these responses.
||Interdisciplinarity, Science and Humanities, Meaning of Genetics
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.97-104.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 702.718KB).
Dr Yulia Egorova is a Research Fellow at Cardiff University. Her research
interests include the cultural implications of genetics and the relationship
between genetics and history.
Dr Andrew Edgar is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Director of the Centre
for Applied Ethics at Cardiff University. In his work he has engaged with the
fields of German critical theory, Medical Ethics, Philosophy of Sport and
Sociology of Music.
Prof Stephen Pattison is the Head of School of Religious and Theological
Studies at Cardiff University. His work has been devoted to pastoral care,
practical theology, management theory and practice.
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