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Can Biotechnology Abolish Suffering?

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Can Biotechnology Abolish Suffering?
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: B075MV9KS2
Number of pages: 802

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This is a collection of essays by utilitarian philosopher David Pearce. The essays deal with the abolition of suffering through biotechnology, negative utilitarianism, our obligations toward non-human animals, the nature of consciousness, and the future of intelligent life.

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