Eugenics, Biopolitics, and the Challenge of the Techno-Human Condition
Chapter Four: Natal Life
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History and nature have become equally alien to us, namely, in the sense that the essence of man can no longer be comprehended in terms of either category.2
Hannah Arendt and Biotechnology
In what are practically the opening lines of The Human Condition Hannah Arendt makes a bold yet apt prediction about the future of humanity:
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