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Who is to Blame for Addiction?

One Track Moral Enhancement

The Neuroethics Blog Series on Black Mirror: Men Against Fire

Neuroeconomics and Reinforcement Learning: The Concept of Value in the Neuroscience of Morals

Don’t miss our Special Issue of AJOB Neuroscience: The Social Brain

Selfhood and ethics: Who am I and why does it matter?

It’s Complicated: Molly Crocket and Patricia Churchland Discuss the Future of the Neuroscience of Morality

Perceptions of Animals

Neuroconservationism: A Neural Pathway to Preservation

The Role of Emotions in the Development of Morality

Kathinka Evers: On ‘Responsible Neuroethics’ and Neuro-rubbish

Joshua Greene: On Neuro-Improvement, Neuroenhancement, and Chekhov

Ted Talk: Trust, morality — and oxytocin







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