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  2. page Philosophy and the Digital Public edited ... John Douglas Macready Travis Holloway Avram Gurland-Blaker Noëlle McAfee, Associate Profe…
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    John Douglas Macready
    Travis Holloway
    Avram Gurland-Blaker
    Noëlle McAfee, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Emory University
    Mark Fisher, Assistant Director Penn State Rock Ethics Institute
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    12:24 pm
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    Benjamin Hale, Philosophy and Environmental Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder
    Caroline Appleton
    Steve Pak
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    8:53 am
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    Beatrice Godard, University of Montreal
    Michael Taber, St. Mary's College of Maryland
    Steve Pak
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    8:52 am
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Wednesday, October 5

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    2.2 Bioethics and Biopolitics
    DUE TO A FAMILY EMERGENCY, THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELED. PARTICIPANTS MAY SIGN UP FOR OTHER AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS INSTEAD, EITHER HERE OR AT THE CONFERENCE. FOR ASSISTANCE CONTACT nmcafee at emory dot edu.
    Over the past decade, as issues like cloning and stem cells have become part of our public discourse, bioethics has become biopolitics. I describe these developments in my new book, "The Body Politic: The Battle Over Science in America." In this workshop we will consider how and why the new biopolitics has emerged and how it is changing both bioethics and politics. We will reflect as well on the cultural history that has led to biopolitics and the ways the new biology has stimulated reactions that transcend the familiar left-right spectrum. In this new biopolitical atmosphere we find bioconservatives and bioprogressives, the former (which comprises greens as well as neocons) fretting over the blurring of lines between humans and the rest of creation, the latter lamenting the drag on innovation that might save or radically improve lives.
    Workshop Leader
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    4:18 pm
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    Session 2. Workshop 2-5
    2.1 Agriculture and Animal Welfare
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    and Biopolitics HAS BEEN CANCELED
    2.3 Climate Change: Science, Policy, Activism
    2.4 Opportunities for Philosophers for National Science Foundation Funding
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    4:16 pm
  3. page Agriculture and Animal Welfare edited ... Andrew Fenton, Department of Philosophy, California State University-Fresno Justine Kolata …
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    Andrew Fenton, Department of Philosophy, California State University-Fresno
    Justine Kolata
    Mary Rawlinson
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    12:56 pm

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