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Brain in a Jar – Sufficient Reason to Keep Me Alive

I share this treatment preference expressed by Atul Gawande at a recent Oregon Public Broadcasting book event.

“If I’m a brain in jar and I have some sort of sensory devices hooked up to me that allow me to speak, to think, to hear, to talk and to connect with other people, then keep me alive.”

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