Enhancing Brains: What Are We Afraid Of?

  title={Enhancing Brains: What Are We Afraid Of?},
  author={Henry T. Greely},
  booktitle={Cerebrum : the Dana forum on brain science},
  • Henry T. Greely
  • Published 2010 in Cerebrum : the Dana forum on brain science
Editor’s note: In 2008, Henry T. Greely, a professor at Stanford Law School, co-authored a commentary in Nature; it concluded that “safe and effective cognitive enhancers will benefit both the individual and society.” The article inspired an impressive number of responses from readers, and the debate has continued in scholarly journals and the mainstream media in the years following publication. Here Professor Greely builds on that momentum, arguing that only some concerns about cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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