Gary Comstock

Professor of Philosophy, North Carolina State University

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Professor of Philosophy at North Carolina State University author of Vexing Nature?: On the Ethical Case against Agricultural Biotechnology

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In much of the world, genetically engineered crops, including soybeans, corn and canola, are part of the basic diet.

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In much of the world, genetically engineered crops, including soybeans, corn and canola, are part of the basic diet.

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