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by Sheila Jasanoff


All scholars interested in the impact of biological innovation on society should read this book.

All scholars interested in the impact of biological innovation on society should read this book. -John H. Evans, Professor of Sociology, University of California, San Diego "Focusing on a variety of genomic-related subjects-including stem cells, clones, bioethics, forensic DNA databases, and race, among others- Reframing Rights improves the reader's understanding of the evolving tensions between life and law in both.

Jasanoff presents Reframing Rights as a collective exploration of how ontologies . Law and bioethics have traditionally expressed an elective affinity.

Jasanoff presents Reframing Rights as a collective exploration of how ontologies, classifications, and rights have all been redefined through novel intersections. between the texts of law and of life (22).

Reframing Rights offers an original, empirically grounded overview of the many facets of the co-production of new biomedical . All scholars interested in the impact of biological innovation on society should read this book.

Reframing Rights offers an original, empirically grounded overview of the many facets of the co-production of new biomedical entities, legal norms, and regulations. John H. Evans, Professor of Sociology, University of California, San Diego (Endorsement).

Genetics Constitutionalism Coproduction Human rights DNA Embryo .

S. Jasanoff (e., Reframing Rights: in the Genetic Age, Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 2011: 310 pages, ISBN: 978-0-262-51627-3.

Reframing Rights argues that this period of transformative change in law and the life sciences should be considered ''bioconstitutional. 'Reframing Rights explores the evolving relationship of biology, biotechnology, and law through a series of national and cross-national case studies. 'Reframing Rights explores the evolving relationship of biology, biotechnology, and law through a series of national and cross-national case studies

Reframing Rights argues that this period of transformative change in law .

Reframing Rights argues that this period of transformative change in law and the life sciences should be considered "bioconstitutional. Reframing Rights explores the evolving relationship of biology, biotechnology, and law through a series of national and cross-national case studies.

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Reframing Rights book. Start by marking Reframing Rights: in the Genetic Age as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The discovery of the structure of DNA made it possible to represent the basic matter of life with permutations and combinations of four letters of the alphabet, A, T, C, and G. Since then, the biological and legal conceptions of life have been in constant, mutually constitutive interplay-the former focusing on life's definition, the latter on life's entitlements.

in the Genetic Age. Sheila Jasanoff 2011.

Topics engaged include the philosophy of medicine, advancing genetics and biotechnology, end-of-life care, health and social policy, and the empirical study of biomedical life. in the Genetic Age.

Legal texts have been with us since the dawn of human history. Beginning in 1953, life too became textual. The discovery of the structure of DNA made it possible to represent the basic matter of life with permutations and combinations of four letters of the alphabet, A, T, C, and G. Since then, the biological and legal conceptions of life have been in constant, mutually constitutive interplay--the former focusing on life's definition, the latter on life's entitlements. Reframing Rights argues that this period of transformative change in law and the life sciences should be considered "bioconstitutional."Reframing Rights explores the evolving relationship of biology, biotechnology, and law through a series of national and cross-national case studies. Sheila Jasanoff maps out the conceptual territory in a substantive editorial introduction, after which the contributors offer "snapshots" of developments at the frontiers of biotechnology and the law. Chapters examine such topics as national cloning and xenotransplant policies; the politics of stem cell research in Britain, Germany, and Italy; DNA profiling and DNA databases in criminal law; clinical trials in India and the United States; the GM crop controversy in Britain; and precautionary policymaking in the European Union. These cases demonstrate changes of constitutional significance in the relations among human bodies, selves, science, and the state.

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Reframing Rights: Bioconstitutionalism in the Genetic Age (Basic Bioethics) ebook
Author:
Sheila Jasanoff
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Politics & Government
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