讲座题目：Food Ethics and Oryx and Crake
主讲人：Young Hyun Lee教授
The range of the ethical issues associated with GM crops and animals is spreading rapidly, with no end in sight. We are, moreover, living in a society that depends more and more on genetic manipulation technology for solutions to such issues as climate change in the Anthropocene. Canadian poet, novelist, and environmental activist Margaret Atwood raises these issues in the novel Oryx and Crake. The novel describes food shortages resulting from resource depletion, environmental destruction, and climate change. It also reveals the urgent need to restructure food ethics. Today I will talk about restructuring food ethics and how our existing environmental ethics are dysfunctional.
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