Racine's book reflects his commitment to clinical bioethics as well as his broad perspective on the field. He has given us a wonderful account of 'pragmatic neuroethics.
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Pragmatic Neuroethics is an important contribution to the growing literature on the ethical questions raised by clinical applications of the new brain research. Its sophisticated philosophical and scientific analysis is based on impeccable scholarship.
Highly recommended. Progress in neuroscience is advancing human self-understanding and creating hope for the treatment of devastating neuropsychiatric diseases. At the same time, this progress has raised a host of significant issues for ethics and policy.
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Eric Racine provides an intelligent and lucid overview of the emerging field of neuroethics that I hope will be widely read. Robert Baker. John K.
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Georg Northoff is a philosopher, neuroscientist and psychiatrist, holding degrees in all three disciplines. All papers etc, can be found on the website: www. Arleen Salles, PhD. She is currently working on a conceptual analysis of human identity and the self, and the impact that some neuroscientific findings could have on what it means to be human. He is the author of four books and several articles about posthuman philosophy and philosophical, ethical and legal implications ELSI of genetics and neuroscience.go site
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Michele Farisco is currently working on his second PhD about the neuroscientific and conceptual issues of consciousness and its disorders. He discusses ethical issues related to powerful neuroscienctific insights into the mechanisms underlying moral reasoning, cooperative behavior, and such emotional processes as empathy.
In addition, he outlines a pragmatic framework for neuroethics, based on the philosophy of emergentism, which identifies conditions for the meaningful contribution of neuroscience to ethics, and sketches new directions and strategies for meeting future challenges for neuroscience and society. Valuable for serious scholars of the history of bioethics and the relationships between media and science.
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