On the Origin of Creationism (Comment)
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Alchemy Revived [review of CLONES AND CLONES: FACTS AND FANTASIES ABOUT HUMAN CLONING, edited by Martha C. Nussbaum and Cass R. Sunstein; IMPROVING NATURE? THE SCIENCE AND ETHICS OF GENETIC ENGINEERING, by Michael Reiss and Roger Straughan; and THE BIOTECH CENTURY: HARNESSING THE GENE AND REMAKING THE WORLD, by Jeremy Rifkin] Midgley, Mary (2000-03)
Midgley, Mary (1989)A British philosopher writes on the necessity of altering stereotypes within and without the animal rights movement if its goals are to be defined and achieved. Midgley devotes the first half of her essay to a discussion ...