Difference between revisions of "Talk:Opposition to genetically modified food"

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Hey, so obviously I just rewrote a lot of where you were going with the page. I'm afraid I don't agree that there is a unified opposition of both genetically engineered foods and humans as a single movement. If anything this falls under general technoconservatism and neo-luddism, so we have the categories for this.
 
Hey, so obviously I just rewrote a lot of where you were going with the page. I'm afraid I don't agree that there is a unified opposition of both genetically engineered foods and humans as a single movement. If anything this falls under general technoconservatism and neo-luddism, so we have the categories for this.
  
Opposition to human genetic engineering of course needs to be captured, to more broadly capture [[Proposed international ban on human genetic engineering]] for example. I hope you're okay with these changes [[User:Deku-shrub|Deku-shrub]] ([[User talk:Deku-shrub|talk]]) 13:06, 21 January 2016 (CST)
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Opposition to human genetic engineering of course needs to be captured, to more broadly capture [[Proposed international ban on human genetic engineering]] for example. I hope you're okay with these changes  
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Additionally, I don't consider this as opposition to transhumanism in the food sense, only when we talk about people - something I've stripped for now, I really think that'd work better as a different page.
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[[User:Deku-shrub|Deku-shrub]] ([[User talk:Deku-shrub|talk]]) 13:06, 21 January 2016 (CST)

Revision as of 19:07, 21 January 2016

Hey, so obviously I just rewrote a lot of where you were going with the page. I'm afraid I don't agree that there is a unified opposition of both genetically engineered foods and humans as a single movement. If anything this falls under general technoconservatism and neo-luddism, so we have the categories for this.

Opposition to human genetic engineering of course needs to be captured, to more broadly capture Proposed international ban on human genetic engineering for example. I hope you're okay with these changes

Additionally, I don't consider this as opposition to transhumanism in the food sense, only when we talk about people - something I've stripped for now, I really think that'd work better as a different page.

Deku-shrub (talk) 13:06, 21 January 2016 (CST)