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Neuroethics with Tibetan Buddhist Monastics

Death: Still Irreversible After All These Years

The Struggle for Consciousness and the Dawn of a New Alliance Between Ethics and Science

Why is Congress Afraid of Consciousness?

The Ethics of Dream Recording

Caveats in Quantifying Consciousness

Smart AI

The Stem Cell Debate: Is it Over?

Neuroethics: the importance of a conceptual approach

Practical and Ethical Considerations in Consciousness Restoration

The Neuroethics Blog Series on Black Mirror: Be Right Back

A review of The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand Enhance, and Empower the Mind

Static and dynamic metaphysics of free will: A pragmatic perspective

Consciousness and Ethical Pain

Hello! Anybody in there?

Vegetative States

Ethics, Logic and Vegetative States on a First Date

Pain in a Vat

Exquisite Corpse: Why a Frighteningly Multifaceted Imaginary Creature can Help Tie Neuroscience to Society

Why use Brain Cells in Art?







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