3-27-07 - I II III IV Commissioning Ethics a Theme...

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I. Commissioning Ethics a. Theme: Managerial struggles i. Strategies to manage and contain new politics of science ii. Struggles and resistance b. Managerial strategies i. What kinds of institutions, techniques, and ways of framing problems have emerged to address the new politics of science? ii. What shaped strategies? Why those? Why not other ones? iii. How are they being used in the US today? iv. Strengths? Limits? Contradictions? Blind spots? II. Bioethics as a social institution for manageing sociopolitical issues regarding medicine and biology. a. Hoe did bioethics get institutionalized? b. What roel does it play in the American polity? c. Why “ethics” and not, say, “politics”? i. Very easy to talk about issues of ethics, kind of no what they are and recognize them and see them, but they could potentially be understood as political issues, or issues of professional authority. d. What are its strengths, limits, blind spots, etc.?
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