Nanoethics (2017) 11:273–275 DOI 10.1007/s11569-017-0291-8 BOOK REVIEW Marco Nørskov (ed.) 2016 (Dorchester, Ashgate) ISBN-13: 978-1472474308. 244pp. Migle Laukyte Received: 22 January 2017 /Accepted: 8 February 2017 /Published online: 10 April 2017 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2017 Mark Twain once said that a classic is a book which task—the difficulty of selecting the works that would be people praise and don't read. If this is true, then I do not included in this volume. The 2014 Robo-philosophy want this book to be a classic. I want it to be read and I conference included more than one hundred paper pre- will use the rest of this book review to convince you to sentations, and it goes without saying that selecting do so. twelve articles from such a large pool is a challenging But before I start, a premise should be made: I assume enterprise, one that Nørskov accomplished with success. that if you are reading this book review, then you are a The book, as its title suggests, is organized into three philosopher, a sociologist, a legal scholar, an anthropol- parts. The first part, Boundaries, explores the limits or ogist, a culture studies scholar, a communications expert, boundaries that for
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