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Should neurotechnologies that affect emotional regulation, empathy and moral judgment, be used to prevent offenders from reoffending? Is ..read more
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by Dominic Wilkinson @Neonatalethics   The week the legal case around medical treatment for five-year old Tafida Raqeeb has begun in the ..read more
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Written by Rebecca Brown, Stephanie Tierney, Amadea Turk. This post was originally published on the NIHR School for Primary Care Research ..read more
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By Doug McConnell   Some argue that good medicine depends on physicians having a wide discretionary space in which they can act on their ..read more
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In a fascinating, engaging, and wide-ranging talk in the New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar series, Professor Tony Coady provided ..read more
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Written by César Palacios-González The other day I went down an internet rabbit hole when researching about planting trees and climate ..read more
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By Mackenzie Graham The article was originally published at the Conversation Around the world thousands of people are on organ donor ..read more
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Written by Stephen Rainey Human beings are sometimes seen as uniquely capable of enacting life plans and controlling our environment. Take ..read more
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Last week’s by-election in the Welsh constituency of Brecon and Radnorshire saw a reduction of Boris Johnson’s government majority to ..read more
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by Professor Dominic Wilkinson, consultant neonatologist, Professor of Medical Ethics, University of Oxford.     In September, the high ..read more

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