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In deze tijd is het aantal bio-ethische kwesties niet meer bij te houden: van genetisch testen en orgaandonatie, over plastische chirurgie of het menselijk brein, naar medicalisering en stamcellen. Wie door het bos de bomen niet meer ziet, is met dit boek aan het juiste adres. Goed, beter, best? Over de maakbaarheid van de mens brengt een schat aan informatie samen. Op een ...more
Paperback, 217 pages
Published 2011 by Academia Press
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Johan Braeckman (born 1965 in Wetteren) is a Flemish philosopher. He is professor in philosophy at the University of Ghent and University of Amsterdam, and an editor of Skepp. His research, conducted along with a dozen doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, focuses on the philosophical problems associated with the life sciences, in particular the evolutionary theory and neuroscience.
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