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Scientists For many years man has driven himself to make new discoveries to better mankind and himself We call these people scientist they try to make new discoveries or take a scientific look at something and better it Unfortunately their discoveries or views and improvements on something is not always appreciated by everyone Sometimes even the scientist himself learns what he has done is not morally correct but what is a scientist to do Does he take a moral approach and maybe never advance in progress or does he take an ethical approach and go too far Is there an in between In order to view this dilemma Im going to view Victor Frankenstein and his creation in the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and compare it to cloning and see if its possible to find a compromise of ethical and moral values However before I go into the moral and ethical views Im going to take a look at a brief history of science All Civilizations have studied science and worked to better themselves The roots of science run deep into mans history Early man made use of chemical processes suck as fire making and dyeing of clothes Man bred plants and animals and used simple machines such as the lever and the wedge Until fairly recent times science followed two separate lines of development Philosophers developed ideas and theories about the universe and craftsmen made use of scientific processes without understanding these as science Head and hand were separate The meeting of the two in the 16th and 17th centuries marked the beginning of modern science It marked the beginning of a science that used experiment and observation as well as theories and mathematical relationships It forms one of the most exciting stories of human intellectual development because modern science strives not only to
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