Our Post-Human Future
Professor Fukuyama discussed his book Our Posthuman Future, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Professor Fukuyama talked about the possible future impacts of biotechnology around the world. He looks into three general areas of concern: gene manipulation, neuropharmacology, and life extention. Professor Fukuyama argues that while there are definite benefits to biotechnology, government regulation is required to offset the negative impacts. He answered questions following his remarks. close
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Loretta Duckworth Member Free Library of Philadelphia->Board of Trustees
Francis Fukuyama Professor Nitze (Paul H.) School of Advanced International Studies->International Political Economy
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