Does it make sense to speak of neuroethics? Three problems with keying ethics to hot new science and technology.

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The field of bioethics has been split into subspecialties over the past few decades. In some cases, it was divided in terms of social domains, such as clinical ethics, research ethics and public-health ethics. In other cases, it was separated in terms of methodological approaches, including principle-based bioethics, virtue ethics and narrative ethics. Yet… (More)

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@article{Parens2007DoesIM, title={Does it make sense to speak of neuroethics? Three problems with keying ethics to hot new science and technology.}, author={Erik Parens and Josephine Johnston}, journal={EMBO reports}, year={2007}, volume={8 Spec No}, pages={S61-4} }