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Neuroethics: defining the issues in theory, practice, and policy
  1. J C Hughes

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    Edited by Judy Illes. Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2006, £29.95 (softcover), pp 320. ISBN 0-19-856721-9

    No-one interested in the neurosciences could fail to be stimulated by this book. It has a tremendous reach, but perhaps it oversteps the mark. For instance, there is the suggestion that neuroscience, via neuroethics, might help to solve the problem of socioeconomic disadvantage and sort out …

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