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And the idea most present is that things are beginning to get out of hand, that the mechanistic future promised by science is one in which human life will become cheap and embattled.
One brims with divinity, the other is purely mechanistic.
Cowell has studied the mechanistic underpinnings of why people develop neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
As much as people want the rules for commas to be ironclad, no mechanistic rules can substitute for slow proofreading and redrafting, or even better, a good editor.
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