Enough (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
2004-08-01
Upplaga
New ed
Förlag
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Dimensioner
196 x 128 x 18 mm
Vikt
220 g
Komponenter
Pb
ISBN
9780747565437
Enough (häftad)

Enough

Genetic Engineering and the End of Human Nature

Häftad Engelska, 2004-08-01
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Sometime in the next few years, scientists may reprogramme a human egg or sperm cell, make a change in the genetic instructions carried by that cell, a change that will be passed on down into eternity. The scientific expertise exists to do this, as does the motivation: to erase the chance of inheriting a disease, to improve the intelligence or the stamina or the beauty of a child. On the brink of an era that may be defined by genetic engineering, McKibben asks: should this happen? He argues that genetic engineering and the technologies that lie beyond it will launch us free of our past, of our humanity, of meaning. We are sleepwalking towards a future that will take us far away from all we have known: Enough is our wake-up call.
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'A passionate, succinct, chilling, closely-argued, sometimes hilarious, touchingly well-intentioned and essential summary of the future proposed by "science" for the human race' Margaret Atwood, THE TIMES 'McKibben is a gifted writer and thinker ... While McKibben has crafted an impassioned and elegantly reasoned argument for rejecting these technologies the gravity of ENOUGH leaves little room to believe his words are not a warning but a prediction' Los Angeles Times 'Every now and again a book comes along that goes straight to the heart of a complex and rather baffling debate, and makes it clear ... This is a fine, well-written book ...full of startling ideas' Sunday Herald

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Bill McKibben is the author of The Age of Missing Information and The End of Nature, and writes regularly for The New Yorker. He is a contributor to The New York Review of Books, The New York Times and Rolling Stone.