American Journal of Bioethics. Review of Walter Glannon, Bioethics and the Brain. By Pages: This article has no abstract. View Full Text. Bookmark the. In Bioethics and the Brain, Walter Glannon discusses various philosophical and issues as predictive brain imaging, psychopharmacological enhancement. Bioethics and the Brain by Walter Glannon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Indentity, Prudential Concern, and Extended Lives. Review “Glannon’s work addresses a wide range of fascinating issues of modern medicine and related ethical issues which should be of great interest for neuroscientists and practicing neurologists, psychiatrists and researchers interested and engaged in bioethics, a problem widely neglected until today.
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Find it on Scholar. Altering the Brain and Mind. In Bioethics and the Brain link is externalWalter Glannon takes up these challenges and many others, considered in the context of emerging technologies such as neuroimaging, drug therapy, psychosurgery and brain stimulation.
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Glannon then looks at the ethical implications of various kinds of treatments, such as: Many might find this prospect disturbing, since it seems to threaten the inviolability and moral status of self. A Response to Walter Glannon. This entry has no external links. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of All these procedures and drugs alter the neural correlates of our mind and raise fascinating and important ethical questions about their benefits and harms.
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Bioethics and the Brain is one of the most fascinating books about the problems and relations between neuroscience, practical medicine, and bioethics. Glannon is concerned to protect the self and its identity as we seek to cure diseases, treat behavioral disorders and perhaps even rehabilitate inmates using the latest neurotechnology.