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By Ruth Chadwick

The moral evaluate of latest applied sciences increases crucial issues: the necessity to improve powerful regulations and laws, and the reconsideration of the moral frameworks within which those rules and legislation are constructed. the significance of swift, actual examinations of tensions among Philosophy and legislations and the connection among philosophical ideas and empirical facts hasn't ever been greater.

The Concise Encyclopedia of Ethics of recent Technologies comprises 23 articles formerly released within the highly-acclaimed Encyclopedia of utilized Ethics, 9 up-to-date articles, and 5 new articles, commissioned in particular for this quantity. Over 1/2 the formerly released articles contain up to date proof and bibliographic citations. Authors of genetics articles have up-to-date their works to incorporate the newest advancements and courses. New articles contain: "Cloning," "Geneticization," "Health know-how Assessment," "Intrinsic and Instrumental Value," and "Novel Foods."

  • Articles fall into those topic categories: Medical Ethics; Scientific Ethics; Theories of Ethics; Environmental Ethics; Legal Ethics; Ethical Concepts

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By Ruth Chadwick

The moral evaluate of latest applied sciences increases crucial issues: the necessity to improve powerful regulations and laws, and the reconsideration of the moral frameworks within which those rules and legislation are constructed. the significance of swift, actual examinations of tensions among Philosophy and legislations and the connection among philosophical ideas and empirical facts hasn't ever been greater.

The Concise Encyclopedia of Ethics of recent Technologies comprises 23 articles formerly released within the highly-acclaimed Encyclopedia of utilized Ethics, 9 up-to-date articles, and 5 new articles, commissioned in particular for this quantity. Over 1/2 the formerly released articles contain up to date proof and bibliographic citations. Authors of genetics articles have up-to-date their works to incorporate the newest advancements and courses. New articles contain: "Cloning," "Geneticization," "Health know-how Assessment," "Intrinsic and Instrumental Value," and "Novel Foods."

  • Articles fall into those topic categories: Medical Ethics; Scientific Ethics; Theories of Ethics; Environmental Ethics; Legal Ethics; Ethical Concepts

Show description

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First, the new gene may not be as effective as when it is located in its normal place. This is because genes often work best only if they are situated close to certain other genes which help turn them on and off. The second, and more dangerous, possible consequence is that the new gene may, by mistake, be inserted into an important gene, for example, tumor-suppressor genes which help prevent cancer. Disruption of the activity of a tumor-suppressor gene by the insertion of a new gene through the activity of a retrovirus has been shown in monkeys to sometimes lead to the development of cancer.

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