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The Ethical Brain

The Science of Our Moral Dilemmas (P.S.)

by Gazzaniga, Michael S.

  • 26 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Harper Perennial .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Ethics,
  • General,
  • Neuroscience,
  • Science / General,
  • Cognitive neuroscience,
  • Moral and ethical aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9238218M
    ISBN 100060884738
    ISBN 109780060884734

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In The Ethical Brain, preeminent neuroscientist Michael S. Gazzaniga presents the emerging social and ethical issues arising out of modern-day brain science and challenges the way we look at them.

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Michael Gazzaniga asks The Ethical Brain book questions about life, ethics, the brain, reason, and irrationality. His discussion of these issues-ones that perplex ethicists, philosophers, and psychologists-is lucid, provocative, and deeply interesting/5.

Nov 01,  · The Ethical Brain is a groundbreaking volume that presents neuroscience's loaded findings—and their ethical implications—in an engaging and readable manner, offering an incisive and thoughtful analysis of the medical ethics challenges confronting modern society at the dawn of the twenty-first century/5(42).

Dec 26,  · The Ethical Brain Journal Entry Notes: This is my book summary of The Ethical Brain. My notes are a reflection of the journal write up above. Written informally, the notes contain a mesh and mix of quotes and my own thoughts on the book.

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May 09,  · In The Ethical Brain, preeminent neuroscientist Michael S. Gazzaniga presents the emerging social and ethical issues arising out of modern-day brain science and challenges the way we look at them. Courageous and thought-provoking -- a work of enormous intelligence, insight, and importance -- this book explores the hitherto uncharted landscape where science and society intersect.

In The Ethical Brain, preeminent neuroscientist Michael S. Gazzaniga presents the emerging social and ethical issues arising out of modern-day brain science and challenges the way we look at them.

Courageous and thought-provoking -- a work of enormous intelligence, insight, and importance -- this book explores the hitherto uncharted landscape. “The Ethical Brain is an extraordinary book. Michael Gazzaniga asks profound questions about life, ethics, the brain, reason, and irrationality.

His discussion of these issues¸ones that perplex ethicists, philosophers, and psychologists¸is lucid, provocative, and deeply interesting. Jun 19,  · Brain death is declared medically when a patient is in an irreversible coma due to brain injury-from a stroke, for example-and has no brain stem response, leading to.

"The Ethical Brain is an extraordinary book. Michael Gazzaniga asks profound questions about life, ethics, the brain, reason, and irrationality.

His discussion of these issues—ones that perplex ethicists, philosophers, and psychologists—is lucid, provocative, and deeply interesting.

The Ethical Brain by Michael S. Gazzaniga (, Dana Press) should be required reading for anyone who debates ethical issues that can be illuminated by modern brain science. Neuroethics is an emerging field, and this book is a nice primer for those who will follow the future discourse in this area.

In The Ethical Brain Gazzaniga discusses four of the central topics of concern—life-span neuroethics, brain enhancement, free will and personal responsibility, and the relationship between brain structure and moral decision-making. The first two of these were examined in detail by the President's Council on Bioethics, and readers familiar with the resultant publications may take a ‘kremlinological’ interest in Author: Richard E Ashcroft.

A Gazzaniga’s The Ethical Brain Michael S. Gazzaniga is a renowned cognitive neuroscientist. He was Editor-in-Chief of the page book The Cognitive Neurosciences, which, for the past decade, has been the fattest book in my library, apart from ‘the unabridged’. His recent book The Ethical Brain has a.

May 01,  · In his new book, The Ethical Brain, Michael S. Gazzaniga takes an unflinching look at the interface between neuroscience and ethics, and offers his own thoughtful perspective on Cited by: Jun 19,  · In "The Ethical Brain," Gazzaniga tries to make the leap from neuroscience to neuroethics and address moral predicaments raised by developments in brain science.

The Ethical Brain could stand as one of the most valuable byproducts of the President’s Council on Bioethics, the advisory body President Bush created in to explore the ethical questions raised by advances in biotechnology.

The council had no official role in writing or publishing the book, but its author, neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga, is one of the council’s original members; his. The Ethical Brain. Michael S Gazzaniga. pp Price £ ISBN (h/b) New York/ Washington, DC: Dana Press.

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Nov 01,  · The Ethical Brain by Michael Gassaniga is a well researched book that looks to explore many social and ethical dilemma's and how they relate to his field of expertise, neuroscience. In this review I will examine his arguments regarding complicated issues and make opinions regarding their validity based on the presented evidence.5/5(1).

"[ The Ethical Brain] does not address practical ethical questions that may confront clinicians in daily practice. Nevertheless, the strength is the author's perspective as a neuroscientist, which will introduce the reader to complex aspects of neuroscience in relation to behavior society.".A provocative and fascinating look at new discoveries about the brain that challenge our ethics The rapid advance of scientific knowledge has raised ethical dilemmas that humankind has never before had to address.

Questions about the moment when life technically begins and ends or about the morality of genetically designing babies are now relevant and timely.The brain is a complex organ and neuroscientists are using many different methods to try to understand – and perhaps even change – how the human brain works.

Before this research can take place; however, researchers must ensure that their work is ethical. In this review article, we introduce the exciting field of neuroethics and describe the three key ethical principles by which all human.