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Commentary: Reservations about the Lessons Drawn from Moral Education, Public Health Ethics, and Forensic Psychiatry

  • BERT GORDIJN
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1. Specker, J, Schermer, MHN. Imagining moral bioenhancement practices. Drawing inspiration from moral education, public health ethics, and forensic psychiatry. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2017; this issue

2. Collingridge, D. The Social Control of Technology. New York: St. Martin’s Press; 1980

3. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

4. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

5. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

6. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

7. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

8. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

9. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

10. See note 1, Specker, Schermer 2017.

11. Compare Persson, I, Savulescu, J. Unfit for the Future: The Need for Moral Enhancement. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2012.

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