Three Characteristics Of Bioethics In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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Mary Shelley was a novelist, story writer, dramatist, biographer who wrote the science fiction novel Frankenstein a story based on a young scientist named victor Frankenstein who was experimenting on an unknown creature. (Mellor 82) By grounding her literary vision of a scientist bring life back into a lifeless person upon the cutting edge of science of her day. Mary Shelley impacted the new literary genic of science fiction Frankstein the three characteristics to the genre of science fiction it is based on valid scientific research it gives a persuasive prediction of what science might achieve in the future and it offers a humanistic critique of the benefits and dangers of either a specific scientific milestone or of the nature of scientific…show more content…
technology back then was not growing rapidly, but Mary Shelley was a head of her time becoming more and more fascinated in bioethics of transplanting is transporting other organ and tissues to another body Edward, Tenner. “points out the dilemma of all science-based technology bioethics.” social issues in literature bioethics: in Mary Shelley Frankenstein. Ed. Gary wiener. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning, 2011 105-110 Anne K. Mellor. “is a mad scientist who attempts to revise nature.” Science bioethics social issues in literature bioethics: in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Ed. Gary wiener, Detroit: Gary Cengage Learning, 2011 79-85 M.K. Joseph. “warns of the perils of promethean science Bioethics.” Social issues in literature bioethics: in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Ed. Gary wiener, Detroit: Gary Cengage Learning, 2011 112-122 Jon Turney. “Frankenstein Taps into Biotechnical Desires and Fears.” Social issues in literature bioethics: in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Ed. Gary wiener, Detroit: Gary Cengage Learning, 2011

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