Frankenstein Persuasive Essay

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1. Frankenstein the novel still has the power to terrorize us precisely because of the scientific advances that we achieved. The dangers from our scientific progress is extremely real to us, that we are on the verge of "building" a human been from scratch, just like the Cloning of "Dolly" the sheep, creates a great deal of fear from the possible Implications that may occur. The ability to actually create a life Artificially Allows us to play the role of God, but it also raises a very important question, whether we are capable or able to deal with the consequences of this ability? That is why I think that any person engaging in sciences or specifically in genetic cloning, should take into account all possibilities, consequences and stand behind his actions, so I do not agree with Victor who attributes his tragic fate to his relentless wish for knowledge and the destructive nature of The Creature that he created, in the end, he is a person who is capable of logical thinking and must stand behind his actions and especially not try to blame The Creature or is nature because it is simply not true, he did not start that way the rejection from Victor his creator…show more content…
"In other studies you go as far as others have gone before you, and there is nothing more to know; but in a scientific pursuit there is continual food for discovery and wonder".(p.50). It is a very tempting field to someone with a curious mind, it allows him to explore, to express himself and give him the possibility of leaving his mark on something significant. Discovering something new could have a very positive affect on our life's especially in medicine, people live longer and people lives are been saved every day because of new discoveries but, we must make sure to use the tools we have correctly and not exploit it, Proceed with caution and always check
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