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The Uses of Humans in Experiment

Perspectives from the 17th to the 20th Century

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Ethics in human experimentation has a long history and <i>The Uses of Humans in Experiment</i> draws on examples from the early modern period to illustrate how humans have been both subjects and instruments over the past four centuries.

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