Tom Wolfe

author, 'I Am Charlotte Simmons'

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Tom Wolfe discusses neuroscience and its view that there is no such thing as identity. Margaret Atwood talks about the coming threat to identity by cloning and genetic experimentation.

Beyond Identity--A Dark Vision (Part 9 of 10)

Tom Wolfe discusses neuroscience and its view that there is no such thing as identity. Margaret Atwood talks about the coming threat to identity by cloning and genetic experimentation.

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