Kettenmoleküle und Assoziationsketten - Metaphern in der Gentechnologie und Genomanalyse

  • Bernhard Gill
Schlagworte: Gentechnologie, Naturwissenschaft, Genomanalyse, Molekularbiologie

Abstract

Molecular genetics, which used to study individual genes and today examines whole genomes, is connected to mechanical and information-theoretical images. According to the author' s thesis, these metaphors have a large influence on the context of discovery, argumentation and application in Biology and Medicine. They form the ground on which a common world-view of science and society is established, however, they lead to socially and ecologically dangerous errors of judgement.

Downloads

Keine Nutzungsdaten vorhanden.
Veröffentlicht
1992-09-01
Zitationsvorschlag
Gill, B. (1992). Kettenmoleküle und Assoziationsketten - Metaphern in der Gentechnologie und Genomanalyse. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für Kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 22(88), 413-433. https://doi.org/10.32387/prokla.v22i88.1062
Rubrik
Artikel des Heftschwerpunkts