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Neuroethics is a relatively new field that addresses the ethical, legal, and social issues raised by progress in neuroscience.1. Brain, mind, and ethics2. Ethical importance of consciousness3. Neurological disorders of consciousness4. Behaviour and brain activity as indices of mental processing


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