By Margaret Lock (ed.), Allan Young (ed.), Alberto Cambrosio (ed.)
This stimulating number of essays, a made from a discussion between anthropologists, sociologists, and philosopher-historians, specializes in the newly created biomedical applied sciences and their useful purposes. Drawing on ethnographic and historic case stories, the authors express how biomedical applied sciences are produced throughout the firms of instruments and methods, scientists and medical professionals, investment our bodies, sufferers, and the general public. regardless of shared issues, the authors in achieving no consensus approximately their examine targets, and deep epistemological divides truly stay, making for provocative interpreting.
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In the last instance, scientiﬁc systems derive their importance, their dignity, and their valuation from that superspace. (Rheinberger 1997: 228) We live in a technological civilization. Rheinberger answers the question concerning technology, not like Heidegger with a patient waiting for a Epochs, presents, events 41 new god to appear, but with a certain excitement and respect for the special practices and products of the technological form of life. ’’ Rheinberger, however, along with most practitioners of science studies, is a post-humanist, and therefore it is not too surprising that he departs from the neo-Kantian tradition in identifying the subject to which these qualities are attributed, not a transcendental subject but certain practices in the Superspace.
After all, it is said, evolution itself has invented and practiced the means of horizontal gene transfer, and the cultivation and breeding of plants and animals by the enhancement of mechanisms of genetic change goes back to the Neolithic civilizations. I disagree with this view of smooth transition. To this argument, I would like to oppose a quotation of David Jackson, a former student of James Watson at Harvard and Paul Berg at Stanford, who chose a career in industry and became an investigator of the American Pharma Trust DuPont Merck: I would argue that the ability to read, to write, and edit DNA is functionally unprecedented in human history.
In 1948, one of the founders of cybernetics, Norbert Wiener, in a truly visionary gesture, drew a re´sume´ of the history of biology in modern times. The organism of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, he said, was a mechanical automaton. The organism of the nineteenth century was a steam engine. The organism of the twentieth century, however, according to Wiener, had become a medium of communication and control, pervaded by the crucial concepts of message, noise, information and coding (1961: 62–9).
Living and Working with the New Medical Technologies: Intersections of Inquiry by Margaret Lock (ed.), Allan Young (ed.), Alberto Cambrosio (ed.)