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|dc.description||Celia Deane-Drummond's case for wisdom as an approach to ethical decision making and her doubts about case-oriented methodology are critiqued with reference to the SRT Project's Engineering Genesis study. Its approach is explored in practical decisions on various real life examples of genetic modification in crops and animals. It involved both intrinsic and consequential approaches, and identified key value positions behind different policies and stakeholders. The paper also clarifies the relationship between reactive (cost-benefit) and precautionary risk assessment, explaining their strengths and limitations, and the role of underlying values in both forms of risk decision making.||-|
|dc.source||Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics||-|
|dc.title||GM ethical decision making in practice||-|
|Appears in Collections:||Science General|
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