The Ones Who Voice Caution
Science Literacy and the Revitalization of the Humanities
The Proverbial Conversation about Nature and Nurture
Religion and Spirituality Gain More Attention
Mainstream Bioethics and Its Opposition
Pluralism and the Talk about "Something New"
The Search for Consensus
A Role for Religion and Spirituality in the Face of Pluralism
The Turn from Nature to Science and Its Biotechnology
Scientia and "Bioethica" in Transition
A Role for the Tension between Polarities
Some Practical Indications
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My role as a consultant on this work was supported financially by the Fetzer Institute, Kalamazoo, Michigan. I thank Dr. Arthur Zajonc at the Institute for patiently helping me to bring the paper to fruition.
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