At CRB, an international, multidisciplinary research group works with ethical and philosophical questions that are associated with the neuroscientific exploration of the human mind and brain.
As part of the European Human Brain Project, they approach not only ethical questions that arise, or may arise, with the development and practical application of neuroscience. They also more fundamentally explore philosophical questions about, for example, the concepts of consciousness, human identity, and the self.
In order to give an overview of their extensive work, we recently compiled a report of their articles, books and book chapters. It is available online:
The report also contains abstracts of all the publications. – Have a look at the compilation; I’m sure you will find it fascinating!
I might add that we recently updated similar reports on our work in biobank ethics and in nursing ethics:
Here too you’ll find abstracts of our interesting publications in these fields.
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