Scott Sherwin

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This paper looks at a range of metaphors used within HIV/AIDS discussions and research in support of the claim that bioethicists should pay serious attention to metaphors. Metaphors shape the ways we think about problems and the types of solutions we investigate. HIV/AIDS is an especially rich field for the investigation of metaphor, since the struggles for(More)
Bibliography 156 7 8 Chapter 1 Preface This document was produced for a directed reading class at the University of Notre Dame. The class was a result of two students, Chris Rayment and Scott Sherwin, who were interested in learning about fuel cells and two professors, Mihir Sen and Paul McGinn, who agreed to conduct the course. The course consisted of(More)
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