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Jasanoff S. Can Science Make Sense of Life?

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Jasanoff S. Can Science Make Sense of Life?
Medford, USA: Polity Press, 2019. — 156 p. — (New Human Frontiers). — ISBN 1509522700.
Since the discovery of the structure of DNA and the birth of the genetic age, a powerful vocabulary has emerged to express science's growing command over the matter of life. Armed with knowledge of the code that governs all living things, biology and biotechnology are poised to edit, even rewrite, the texts of life to correct nature's mistakes.
Yet, how far should the capacity to manipulate what life is at the molecular level authorize science to define what life is for? This book looks at flash points in law, politics, ethics, and culture to argue that science's promises of perfectibility have gone too far. Science may have editorial control over the material elements of life, but it does not supersede the languages of sense-making that have helped define human values across millennia: the meanings of autonomy, integrity, and privacy; the bonds of kinship, family, and society; and the place of humans in nature.
A New Lens on Life
Book of Revelations
Life and Law: Constitutional Turns
Life in the Gray Zone
Language Games
A New Biopower
LifeвЂs Purposes
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