Why we fail to prevent unintended consequences

Cancer is an example of cells defending their own interest by multiplying at the detriment of the individual

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Mélusine Boon-Falleur is a PhD student in Cognitive Science at the ENS Paris. Personal website: www.melusinebf.com

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Mélusine Boon-Falleur

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Mélusine Boon-Falleur is a PhD student in Cognitive Science at the ENS Paris. Personal website: www.melusinebf.com

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