Understanding epigenetic proaction : a reply to Stephan Schleim

Kathinka Evers
Epigenetic proaction can be described as a way of steering evolution by influencing the cultural imprints stored in our brains. It is not to be confused with "human enhancement". It is a process on the societal level that need not conflict with the notion of autonomy, nor suggest any ßuperhuman" ideal. Risks of misuse justify precaution, not abandonment of constructive scientific pursuits. Scientific knowledge can help us improve our life conditions in the long-term. A...
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