- Title Pages
- Basic Bioethics
- Series Foreword
1Appeals to Nature and the Natural in Debates about Synthetic Biology
2Creating Life: Synthetic Biology and Ethics
3Engineered Microbes in Industry and Science: A New Human Relationship to Nature?
4Lessons from Environmental Ethics about the Intrinsic Value of Synthetic Life
5Three Puzzles Regarding the Moral Status of Synthetic Organisms
6Synthetic Bacteria, Natural Processes, and Intrinsic Value
7Synthetic Biology and Public Reason
8Biotechnology as Cultural Meaning: Reflections on the Moral Reception of Synthetic Biology
9“Teaching Humanness” Claims in Synthetic Biology and Public Policy Bioethics
- About the Authors
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