I received a couple of new books on neuroethics from The Dana Center. The first one I started to read is Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense by bioethicist Jonathan D. Moreno, Ph.D. It's been a fascinating read so far.
The cover blurb points to coverage of how neuroscience may influence warfare and the ethical and policy issues that are likely to be confronted.
I'm curious as to what arguments and points will emerge in Moreno's presentation!
The other book is Hard Science, Hard Choices: Facts, Ethics, and Policies Guiding Brain Science Today by Sandra J. Ackerman.
Anthony H. Risser | neuroscience | neuropsychology | brain