Where is the line between instinct and free will in humans? How far can technology and medicine go to manipulate the brain? With every new discovery about the human mind, more questions emerge about the boundaries of consciousness, responsibility and how far neuroscience research can go. The fledgling field of neuroethics has sought answers to these questions since the first formal neuroethics conference was held in 2002. This volume collects the subsequent writings that have laid the groundwork for this rapidly expanding debate.
Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science
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