SURNAME1Students Name:Instructors Name:Course:Date:Essay about the Book: Oryx and CrakeIs Science Without Limits Dangerous?As both science and society progress, the high rates of rising in unethical issuescontinues. Some of the people may believe that some of the ways of acquiring knowledgethrough scientific research are unethical to the societal norms while others may think thatobtaining knowledge in any way is acceptable in the name of progress and science. MargaretAtwood's novel Oryx and Crake is a piece of work build from science fiction in a speculativemanner. The novel includes many details that seem futuristic and takes the readers into a worldwhere a lot of cruel and immoral actions are considered to be normal: in the name of socialbetterment or science. In relation to the novel, this paper is going to analyze the major parallelsbetween Atwood's world in the novel and our own world. Then, in as far as my points of vieware concerned, it will relate these parallels with the two major themes displayed throughout thenovel which are bioengineering and ethics.More than 95% of people currently on earth, apart from the heathens, have a supremebeing they wor ...
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