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RECIPE: Lemon and Ginger Tofu

Ingredients • silken tofu • ginger, grated • lemon rind, grated • ponzu sauce, splash • Japanese rice vinegar, splash Method • grate ginger and lemon rind • add ponzu sauce and Japanese rice vinegar • slice tofu into bite-sized

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Neuroethics Course Syllabi

Hey y’all, I’m teaching two neuroethics(ey) courses this Fall: • Brain, Self, and Society • Neuroethics (Neurointerventions) New content this time around: links to podcasts, videos (e.g. TED talks), and newspaper articles. I’m hoping to make this material easier to

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How we think about causation

In Couterfactuals, Control, and Causation: Why Knowledgeable People Get Blamed More, Elizabeth A. Gilbert and colleagues report findings from three psychology experiments. Here’s their abstract: Legal and prescriptive theories of blame generally propose that judgments about an actor’s mental state

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Discerning Madness from Badness

In two days I’ll be at the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Moral Responsibility conference in Orem, UT, organized by Chris Weigel. The program is brimming with fascinating talk titles and topics including “Moral Enhancement” by Adina Roskies, “Addiction, Fallibility and Responsibility”

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Video footage from “Neuro-Interventions and The Law” conference now available

In case you missed last year’s Neuro-Interventions and The Law: Regulating Human Mental Capacity conference, you can now view video footage of some of the highlights from the conference at the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics‘ youtube channel. The

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RECIPE: Cauliflower Tabbouleh (low-carb)

INGREDIENTS • cauliflower, half • cilantro, bunch • flat leaf parsley, bunch • raw almonds, two handfulls • pumpkin seeds, two handfulls • sunflower seeds, two handfulls • lemon juice, from one lemon • olive oil, splash • salt and

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ANEC Conference Dinner

Next week GSU will host the NEURO-INTERVENTIONS AND THE LAW: Regulating Human Mental Capacity conference organized by the Atlanta Neuroethics Consortium (ANEC). The conference dinner will be held at 6.30 pm on Saturday, September 13th at Alma Cocina restaurant located

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Neuro-Interventions and The Law

In five weeks (Sep 12-14) Atlanta will be home to an international neurolaw conference. See the program for a description of the “neuro-interventions” theme, headlined speakers, panel topics, and abstracts for talks and posters. Registration is free via Eventbrite, and

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Where can I study Neurolaw?

Suppose I wanted to study neurolaw. Who would I talk to? What university might I go to? Here’s a back of the envelope list sorted in alphabetical order: Duke University, Nita Farahany Georgia State University, Nicole Vincent Macquarie University (Australia),

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Neuroethics Topics

I’m teaching a course in Neuroethics in Spring 2015, and below is a bucket list of topics: overview of neuroethics overview of neuroscience ethics of neuroscience vs neuroscience of ethics the construction of neuroimages genetic and environmental influences love and

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