Epigenetics and Environmental Ethics II: The Ancient Greeks and then the Romans

by Shea Robison (@EpigeneticsGuy) In addition to the potential to unify the biological sciences and the social and the life sciences as discussed here, the first post in this series proposes that  epigenetics also has the potential to unify the seemingly opposed ethical poles of anthropocentricism and nonanthropocentricism in environmental ethics through the common intellectual heritage shared by the modern Western concept of … Continue reading Epigenetics and Environmental Ethics II: The Ancient Greeks and then the Romans