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Some Thoughts On Punishment (1)

February 24, 2016 by

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I’ve been thinking a lot about punishment over the past few months. I participated in a symposium over at the Brains Blog where I wrote a bit about moral enhancement and punishment (see here) and yesterday I did a short post over at PhilPercs where I think out loud about trying to justify retributive punishment […]

Neuroethics Symposium On Focquaert & Schermer’s, “Moral Enhancement: Do Means Matter Morally?”

August 28, 2015 by

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There is a great symposium taking place over at the Brains Blog on Focquaert & Shermer’s paper in Neuroethics titled “Moral Enhancement: Do MeansMatter Morally” (See here). Disclaimer: I am one of the commentators on the piece. My commentary can be found here. The symposium is a bit different than most in that there is a […]