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This MIT course involves the following questions: What cultural effects and risks follow from treating biology as technology? How have computers and information technologies changed the ways we think about ourselves? How are politics built into the infrastructures within which we live?

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Date Of Record Release 2005-08-29 15:21:20
Description This MIT course involves the following questions: What cultural effects and risks follow from treating biology as technology? How have computers and information technologies changed the ways we think about ourselves? How are politics built into the infrastructures within which we live?
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Keyword technology, culture, sociology, biotechnology
Selector Conlin
Date Of Record Creation 2005-08-24 06:26:27
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Date Last Modified 2010-07-23 17:23:48
Publisher MIT OpenCourseWare
Creator Stefan Helmreich
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2005-08-24 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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