-MICHAEL RUSE, author of Defining Darwin
"Almost transcending its title, this collection lives up to its promise of ethical deliberation that is more productive than polarizing, adversarial debate. The range of topics is inclusive: disease and health, agriculture and food, biodiversity, science and policy, regulation, public funding of science, and science and economics. The contributors consider equity and efficiency in science, science and justice, advocacy, uncertainty, complexity, sustainability, climate change, genetically modified organisms, nanotechnology, and engineering. Always, the skillful authors argue with care—care about their arguments, care about their causes, and concern for fairness. Here we move past winning a zero-sum game, or accepting compromise, to creatively cooperating for a richer community."
-HOLMES ROLSTON III, University Distinguished Professor and Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Colorado State University