Ethics of Human Enhancement: An Executive Summary

@article{Allhoff2011EthicsOH,
  title={Ethics of Human Enhancement: An Executive Summary},
  author={Fritz Allhoff and Patrick Lin and Jesse Steinberg},
  journal={Science and Engineering Ethics},
  year={2011},
  volume={17},
  pages={201-212}
}
  • Fritz Allhoff, Patrick Lin, Jesse Steinberg
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology, Medicine, Computer Science
  • Science and Engineering Ethics
  • With multi-year funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), a team of researchers has just released a comprehensive report detailing ethical issues arising from human enhancement (Allhoff et al. 2009). While we direct the interested reader to that (much longer) report, we also thank the editors of this journal for the invitation to provide an executive summary thereof. This summary highlights key results from each section of that report and does so in a self-standing way; in other… CONTINUE READING
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