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How do animals survive in the Anthropocene? Species extinction is a pressing problem of the Anthropocene. Possible technological responses are resurrecting extinct species such as the Woolly Mammoth, genetic adaptation of animals such as the American Pika to make them better suited to new climate conditions, and moving species such as butterflies or to new climate zones. We ask questions about the normative presuppositions and moral implications of using these technologies. How can we adapt animals and their lifeworld in a responsible manner so that they can survive in a world dominated by humans? These and similar questions are addressed in our courses.

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Communication, Philosophy and Technology brochure 2019-2020  

At Communication, Philosophy and Technology, of Wageningen University, we examine how societal stakeholders and policy-makers make sense of...

Communication, Philosophy and Technology brochure 2019-2020  

At Communication, Philosophy and Technology, of Wageningen University, we examine how societal stakeholders and policy-makers make sense of...

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