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Category Archives: The ethics of science
Last semester, my gender studies class read and analyzed The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, an author I’ll continue to read in Genetics and Literature. Our discussion centered around the notion of prediction. Atwood argued that her work was not meant to serve as a forecast for society; she meant it only as imaginative, speculative […] Continue reading