What did Lewis Wolpert mean when he stated that ‘reliable scientific knowledge is value-free and has no moral or ethical value’ (p. 1254)?
- Anonymous2 months ago
He meant exactly what he said. This is perfectly understandable English that isn't in some kind of coded or obscure terminology. If you do not understand the words, consult a dictionary.
- TrilobitemeLv 52 months ago
He saying scientific law is greater than God law. Science oppose the idea God can do all things
- Josh AlfredLv 52 months ago
If I lay out particle science concepts, they have no value ethically. If, however, I am tampering with biology, ethical concerns are apt to emerge -- something Wolpert didn't include in this hypotheses.