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A Special Issue on the Ethics of Enhancement guest-edited by me and two other Contributors of Ethics Etc, Julian Savulescu and David Wasserman, has just come out with the Journal of Applied Philosophy. Here are the links to the papers if you have institutional access:

The Ethics of Enhancement: Guest Editors’ Introduction
S. MATTHEW LIAO, JULIAN SAVULESCU, DAVID WASSERMAN

The Perils of Cognitive Enhancement and the Urgent Imperative to Enhance the Moral Character of Humanity
INGMAR PERSSON, JULIAN SAVULESCU

Issues in the Pharmacological Induction of Emotions
DAVID WASSERMAN, S. MATTHEW LIAO

Is Living Longer Living Better?
LARRY S. TEMKIN

Life Extension versus Replacement
GUSTAF ARRHENIUS

Moral Enhancement
THOMAS DOUGLAS

Parental Attention Deficit Disorder
DOV FOX

Special thanks to Suzanne Uniacke and Alan Carter, Editors of the Journal of Applied Philosophy, for all their help with the production of this Special Issue.

Comments on the papers are welcome here.


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