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how does Frankenstein influence science and culture

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    "Despite the fact that he created life from death, his methods and intentions were not pure and just. His work ends up not being done for a greater good. Instead his personal wants and needs flood his experimentation. One could argue that Victor was destined for failure because of his unorthodox methods of practice, but most would agree that Victor had not fully researched and examined all the aspects of his work. He did not take careful consideration as to the repercussions of success, should he achieve it. Perhaps the story of Frankenstein can serve as a lesson, even today, regarding just how science and medicine can affect an individual and their work." https://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/hist257s02/students/Stacy/Frankenstein.htm

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