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An Ethical Argument for Regulated Cognitive Enhancement in Adults: The Case of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)

by Selin Isguven Introduction: Human Enhancement, Enhancement vs. Treatment Human enhancement consists of methods to surpass natural and biological limitations, usually with the aid of technology. Treatment and enhancement are considered to be different in that treatment aims to cure an existing medical condition and restore the patient to a normal, healthy, or species-typical state […]

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