martes, 4 de junio de 2013

En el nacimiento de la genopolítica

From APSR, a forum on the debate over genopolitics, including James H. Fowler (UCSD) and Christopher T. Dawes (NYU): In Defense of Genopolitics; Kristen Diane Deppe, Scott F. Stoltenberg, Kevin B. Smith, and John R. Hibbing (Nebraska): Candidate Genes and Voter Turnout: Further Evidence on the Role of 5-HTTLPR; and Evan Charney (Duke) and William English (Harvard): Genopolitics and the Science of Genetics. “In vitro eugenics” is coming, predicts bioethicist Robert Sparrow — it will be possible to use stem cell technology to breed better humans in a Petri dish. Razib Khan on the inevitability of eugenics — as preventative health. Who's your daddy? Daniel Engber on the perils of personal genomics. Is human enhancement cheating? The answer will affect sports, schools, and the battlefield of the future.

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