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How People Do Science

Erin Pellarin, in response to Dan King’s post, further examines the idea of humans becoming things, but this time in a historical scientific context. Rather than focusing on the future world imagined in Brave New World, she instead looks to examples in our past and details how people have already been objectified in the name […] Continue reading

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