After the genome: The language of our biotechnological future

Hyde, M. and Herrick, J. (Eds.). (2013). After the genome: The language of our biotechnological future. Waco: Baylor University Press.

  • Hyde, M. J., & Herrick, J. A. Editors’ introduction: A language for our biotechnological future: Rhetoric, religion, science, and ethics (pp. 1-10).
  • Keys, T., King, N. M. P., & Atala, A. Faith in science: Professional and public discourse on regenerative medicine (pp. 11-40).
  • Green, R. M. From Arrowsmith to Atwood: How did we come to disrespect science? (pp. 41-54).
  • Lessl, T. M. The “Warfare” of science and religion and science’s ethical profile (pp. 55-72).
  • Elshtain, J. B. Is there a human nature? An argument against modern excarnation (pp. 73-82).
  • Ceccarelli, L. Crossing frontiers of science: Trespassing into a godless space or fulfilling our manifest destiny? (pp. 83-98).
  • Chambers, T. The angels and devils of representing Prozac (pp. 99-122).
  • Leonard, B. J. “Leave your Medicine Outside”: Bioethics, spirituality, and the rhetoric of Appalachian serpent handlers. (pp. 123-138).
  • Frank, A. M. Biovaluable stories and a narrative ethics of reconfigurable bodies (pp. 139-156).
  • Griffith, E. E. H. Blacks and the language of their biotechnological future (pp. 157-176).
  • Brody, H. Bioethics, economism, and the rhetoric of technological innovation (pp. 177-192).
  • Keränen, L. Technologies of the self at the end of life: Pastoral power and the rhetoric of advance care planning (pp. 193-218).
  • Segal, J. Z. Suffering and the rhetoric of care (pp. 219-234).