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1) Broadly defined, neuroethics is concerned with ethical, legal and social policy implications of neuroscience.
2) Broadly defined, neuroethics is a science studying the influences of ethical, legal and social policy to neuroscience.
3) On the one hand, neuroethics discusses ethical issues of neuroscience and technology.
4) Julian Savulescu, director of the Oxford Centre for Neuroethics,[http://sentencedict.com/neuroethics.html] said: 'People who are deeply unconscious don't suffer.
5) Neuroethics, a new field at the intersection of bioethics and neuroscience, is founded on discussions associated with mind and behavior.
6) Neuroethics, a recently field at the intersection of bioethics and neuroscience, is founded on basis associated with mind and behavior.
7) On the other hand, neuroethics concerns new instructive traditional philosophical issues embraced by neuroscience, such as the nature of morality, and whether there is free will, etc.
8) Such logic led in 2002 to a new academic discipline, neuroethics, meant in part to address the moral and social questions raised by cognition-enhancing drugs and devices (brain implants and the like).
9) The article aims at the major fields and research directions of neuroethics.
10) There are lots of proposals to make that easier, from grass-fed pasture cattle systems to a reduced volume of cattle, but one of the weirder ones comes from a paper in the journal Neuroethics.
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