Tag: neuroethics

  • International Neuroethics Society, Post-conference thoughts

    I was not able to visit all the talks. For simple reasons of time zone mismatch and remote participation I missed more than I would have skipped otherwise. Nevertheless, it was an extremely interesting conference. Martha Farah described the current phase of neuroethics as that of adolescence, apt given that the field is about 16 […]

  • Conference of the International Neuroethics Society

    While I would have loved to visit Montreal, but a 10h flight for a 5-minute talk seems hardly justifiable nowadays. I regret to say that I would have done that 10 years ago, when I should have known the impact but hadn’t realized it. Nevertheless, if interested in the ethics of neuroscience, Montreal and virtual […]