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              Donna Dickenson


              Donna Dickenson is emeritus professor of medical ethics and humanities at the University of London and holds honorary posts at the Universities of Oxford and Bristol. In recognition of her contribution to the public debate on ethics, she became in 2006 the first woman to receive the International Spinoza Lens Award. Her books include Me Medicine vs. We Medicine: Reclaiming Biotechnology for the Common Good and Body Shopping: Converting Body Parts to Profit.

              In Me We Trust

              from Europe in Search of Europeans, Volume 16, Number 1

              What we are actually witnessing in the genetic enclosure movement is the tragedy of the anti-commons.

              Prospero among the Neoconservatives

              from Intellectuals and Public Responsibility, Volume 9, Number 1

              All the intellectual temptations of powerlessness are powerful. 

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