Through medical engineering, experimentation and enhancement of the human body, how does the conception of the living change? What does the extension of technological power to biological life mean?
Roberto Mordacci is Professor of Moral Philosophy and Head of the Faculty of Philosophy at the Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele of Milan. He works in the field of bioethics, in particular on moral and legal issues concerning human enhancement technologies and the artificialization of the living. Among his books: Rispetto (Milano 2012); Bioetica. La libertà e il corpo nel mondo contemporaneo (Milano 2013); L’etica è per la persona (Milano 2015); Al cinema con il filosofo (Milano 2015).