Thomas Baldwin (philosopher)

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Thomas R. Baldwin (born 1947) is a British philosopher and has been a professor of philosophy at the University of York since 1995.

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  • If you start putting very large numbers of human brain cells into primates, suddenly you might transform primates into something that has some of the capacities that we regard as distinctively human – speech or other ways of being able to manipulate or relate to a human. These possibilities, at the moment, are largely being explored in fiction but we need to start thinking about them now.

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