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7 (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1973) 584, 589–90. A. Goudge, ‘Bergson, Henri Louis’ in Dictionary of Scientiﬁc Biography, vol. 2 (Detroit, MI: The Gale Group, 2000), 8 at 10. 37 Ibid, 11. 38 A. Koestler, The Ghost in the Machine (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1967). e. that evolution and the current physical form of organisms are too improbable to be just a product of chance and so are being conducted by God – can also be understood as a form of vitalism. Currently, vitalism is also often linked to complexity and this connection will be the focus here.
As life increasingly becomes a thing and becomes exchangeable and interchangeable with other things, we lose any reason to bar anyone from doing anything to life forms. Just as life is interchangeable, it is also violable. We come full circle – with violation comes loss of autonomy. This third set of antonyms is different from the ﬁrst two. It does not have the language of patent law or the sciences to help make its point. 45 By arguing that some things should remain sacred and not be violated, we are answering this question with a ﬁrm ‘no’.