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Extraterrestrial Ethics: Our Cultural and Moral Commitment to Discover, Create, and Support Emergent Life Forms. Keynote lecture by Dr Andy Miah at the Less Remote Conference, Glasgow September, ...

Extraterrestrial Ethics: Our Cultural and Moral Commitment to Discover, Create, and Support Emergent Life Forms. Keynote lecture by Dr Andy Miah at the Less Remote Conference, Glasgow September, 2008

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Human Futures: Art in an Age of Uncertainty, edited by Dr Andy Miah (FACT and Liverpool University Press, 2008)
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    Extraterrestrial Ethics by Andy Miah Extraterrestrial Ethics by Andy Miah Presentation Transcript

    • By Andy Miah EXTRA TERRE ETHICS STRIAL Our Cultural & Moral Commitment to Discover, Create, and Support Emergent Life Forms LESS REMOTE 2008.09.30, GLASGOW Dr Andy Miah is Reader in New Media & Bioethics @ University of the West of Scotland and a Fellow @ FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology)
    • 2004: NASA’s first Chief bioethicist 2006: UK Government inquiry into Space Policy 2004: UNESCO congress on ‘Ethics of Outer Space’
    • bioethicist value intermediary governmental advisor research industry
    • ethical obligations owed to astronauts boundary issues of international space conduct of astronauts and surveillance Limits of biological experimentation with astronauts Image: AL and AL, 2006
    • EXTRA TERRE ETHICS STRIAL
    • 1) Exploration of outer space is morally required 2) We should foster practices that involve the creation of new life forms PRIOR COMMITMENTS
    • 1) Exploration of outer space is morally required a) Due to our commitment to survivability & the promotion of life
    • 2) We should foster practices that involve the creation of new life forms Photo: Oron Catts and & Ionat Zurr, Tissue Culture & Art Project, Victimless Leather
    • ET ethics environmental ethics bioethics animal ethics art&design science communication public engagement with science biopolitics cultural theory Photo: Revital Cohen, Assistance Animals
    • ET ethics emerging life discovered life biological variation Extremes of normal functioning Photo: Michael Burton, Nanotopia
    • ET life ecosystem health procreative beneficence
    • role of artists, designers, writers realistic implications of current science broader philosophical engagement with life cloning synthetic biology nuclear DNA transfer critical ethical work metaphors analogy methodology Photo: Michael Burton, Foot Growths
    • WHAT’S NEXT...? Rethink... health species boundaries aging humanity! human rights morphological freedom morality Photo: Michael Burton, Growths
    • Book Launch & Conference 30 October, 2008 Liverpool, European Capital of Culture
    • http://humanfutures.wordpress.com/ Powerpoint design concept by BURNEVERYTHING, Liverpool for the edited book by Andy Miah (2008) Human Futures: Art in an Age of Uncertainty , FACT & Liverpool University Press, Available Oct 30.