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Neuroethics, A Fascinating Look at the Brain and Moral Behaviors


Neuroethics has two meanings. Between 1973 and 2002, it was defined as ‘a field of knowledge that examined ethics in the neurosciences’. However, from 2002, it’s been approached as the neuroscience of ethics. This last concept is the one that predominates today. It seeks to base ethics not on the field of philosophy, but on neurobiology. The german neuropsychiatrist, Anneliese Alma Pontius was the first person to speak of neuroethics. However, many think that this branch of knowledge acquired its own identity with the publication of a text entitled Neurophilosophy. Toward a Unified Science of the Mind /Brain, by Patricia S. Churchland, in…

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