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Unformatted text preview: 2. Wolpert argues that knowledge, not a moral heuristic, is the best guide to thinking about the desirability of scientific or technological progress. Come up with an example supporting or undermining this position. Can you think of any pitfalls to such an approach to making decisions about public policy this way? What does it imply about your role in society as someone who is pursuing a better understanding and knowledge of genetics?...
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- Spring '11