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Genetic engineering is changing the semantics, the meaning of life itself. We're trying to usurp the plant's choice. To force alien words into the plant's poem, but we [have] a problem. We barely know the root language. Genetic grammar's a mystery.... We've learned a lot about the letters-maybe our ability to read and spell words now sits halfway between accident and design - but our syntax is still haphazard. Scrambled. It's a semiotic nightmare.
Strauss, D. M. (2021). Defying Nature: The Ethical Implications of Genetically Modified Plants. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 3(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol3/iss1/3
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