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Bioethicists Should Be Helping Scientists Think About Race
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry
AbstractIn this essay, I argue that bioethicists have a thus-far unfulfilled role to play in helping life scientists, including medical doctors and researchers, think about race. I begin with descriptions of how life scientists tend to think about race and descriptions of typical approaches to bioethics. I then describe three different approaches to race: biological race, race as social construction, and race as cultural driver of history. Taking into account the historical and contemporarydoi:10.1007/s11673-020-10068-x pmid:33415594 fatcat:eq5yiww4vjbodcqlzkbv52syre