Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Reading in Neuroethics (Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics)

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"Walter Glannon's book, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics, captures well the debates that have engaged neuroethics and provides a thorough introduction to the field. . . . The essays show a clear awareness of the socially-situated nature of the ethical implications of our increasingly sophisticated understanding of the brain. It is an excellent overview of the current state of neuroethics." -- Chris Kaposy "Journal of Ethics in Mental Health" (04/01/2008) "Walter Glannons book, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics, captures well the debates that have engaged neuroethics and provides a thorough introduction to the field. . . . The essays show a clear awareness of the socially-situated nature of the ethical implications of our increasingly sophisticated understanding of the brain. It is an excellent overview of the current state of neuroethics." -- Chris Kaposy "Journal of Ethics in Mental Health" (04/01/2008) "Walter Glannon's book, "Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics", captures well the debates that have engaged neuroethics and provides a thorough introduction to the field. . . . The essays show a clear awareness of the socially-situated nature of the ethical implications of our increasingly sophisticated understanding of the brain. It is an excellent overview of the current state of neuroethics."--"Journal of Ethics in Mental Health""" --Chris Kaposy"Journal of Ethics in Mental Health" (04/01/2008) "Walter Glannon s book, "Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics," captures well the debates that have engaged neuroethics and provides a thorough introduction to the field. . . . The essays show a clear awareness of the socially-situated nature of the ethical implications of our increasingly sophisticated understanding of the brain. It is an excellent overview of the current state of neuroethics."--"Journal of Ethics in Mental Health"""--Chris Kaposy"Journal of Ethics in Mental Health" (04/01/2008)" The ethical implications of neuroscience are truly novel, since the ability to intervene in the brain in many ways is a recent phenomenon. From the Introduction by Walter Glannon --Walter Glannon (02/13/2007)" "The ethical implications of neuroscience are truly novel, since the ability to intervene in the brain in many ways is a recent phenomenon."--From the Introduction by Walter Glannon --Walter Glannon (02/13/2007) " The ethical implications of neuroscience are truly novel, since the ability to intervene in the brain in many ways is a recent phenomenon." -- From the Introduction by Walter Glannon

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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" traverses the breadth of neuroethics, exploring six broad areas - free will, moral responsibility, and legal responsibility; psychopharmacology; and brain injury and brain death - in thirty provocative articles. The scientific and ethical consequences of neuroscience research are plumbed by leading thinkers and scientists, from Antonio Damasio's "The Neural Basics of Social Behavior: Ethical Implications" to "Monitoring and Manipulating Brain Function" by Martha J. Farah and Paul Root Wolpe. These and other in-depth chapters articulate the probing questions that emerge with every new scientific discovery and propose solutions that mediate between the freedom of scientific endeavor and the boundaries of ethical responsibility. As science races toward a future that is marked by startling new possibilities for our bodies and minds, "Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science" is the definitive assessment of the ethical criteria guiding neuro-scientists today.

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