To add to the collection, an interesting pair of webcasts from the Dana Foundation:
- The Neuroethics of Enhancement (which gives mention to the Neuroethics Society)
- Alzheimer’s Disease: When Will We Find a Cure?
While I was at the foundation website, I spotted a sensibly titled new volume joining the small library of authoritative neuroethics surveys.
- Walter Glannon. Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics (Dana Press).
I was surprised by the price: just $10.85 CAN. It and Neuroscience and the Law have absurdly low prices for academic texts, so Dana Press is obviously keen to spread knowledge of these disciplines. Good for them – perhaps they might be persuaded to make them open access?