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Genetic engineering, bioethics & radicalised modernity.

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Publication date1995
Host publicationContested Technology : ethics, risk & public debate
EditorsRene von Schomberg
Place of publicationTilburg & Buenos Aires
PublisherInternational Centre for Human & Public Affairs
Number of pages21
<mark>Original language</mark>English