Verantwortung ohne verständnis? Wie die ethikdebatte zur gentechnik Von deren wissenschaftstheorie abhängt
Graduate studies at Western
Journal for General Philosophy of Science 33 (1):85-120 (2002)
|Abstract||Responsibility Without Understanding? How the Debate on the Ethics of Genetic Engineering Depends on Its Philosophy of Science. The main thesis in this paper is that bioethics has no own criteria to judge the chances and risks of genetic engineering. But if we distinguish (1) between different types of genetic, (2) between genetic engineering as a set of methods for experimentation and genetic engineering as an industrial technique and (3) reconstruct the metaphors and the terminology in general, which are used by biologists describing their practice, it is possible to formulate such criteria. As the distinction between nature and culture is the result of human actions (not drawn by nature) and the communication about these actions and distinctions in a given cultural context, the criteria are the result of a discourse, in which not only biologists, but all members of a society argue about the reproduction and structuration of their society.|
|Keywords||bioethics genetic engineering experimentalism explanation organism philosophy of biology philosophy ofnature technology|
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