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Swiss Neurolaw

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Swiss Neurolaw Organizations

Swiss Network of Neuroscience, Ethics and Law (SNNEL)

Publications from the Swiss Network of Neuroscience, Ethics and Law (SNNEL)

  • Gkotsi Georgia-Martha, Cabrera Laura, Andorno Roberto, (2013) "Assessing the impact of the neuroscientific revolution on ethics and law" Bioethica Forum (Switzerland), n° 1 (p. 33-34).
  • Cabrera, Laura. and Reiner, Peter. (2013). “The emotional impact of ‘study drugs’: unsurprising and unconvincing”. AJOB Neuroscience 4 (1).
  • Gkotsi Georgia-Martha, Benaroyo Lazare,(2012) "Neuroscience and the Treatment of Mentally Ill Criminal Offenders; Some Ethical Issues", Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, Vol 6, 2011/12, Supplement: Neuroethics
  • Vidalis Takis, Gkotsi Georgia-Martha, (2012) "Neurolaw in the Greek Legal System, An Overview" in International Neurolaw – A comparative analysis, ed. by Tade Matthias Spranger, Springer (Book Chapter)
  • Gkotsi Georgia-Martha, (5 Octobre 2012) (Review of the Book Neuroimaging in Forensic Psychiatry: From the Clinic to the Courtroom by Simpson, J.R. (ed.): 2012, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. 397 pp. ISBN 978-0-470-97699-9. Price: £79.99 ) Short Litterature Notice by Roberto Andorno, in Medicine Health Care and Philosophy (2012) 15:469–473 (Book Review)
  • Cabrera, Laura. (2012). Book review. ‘Enhancing Human Capacities’ (Julian Savulescu, Ruud ter Meulen and Guy Kahan (Eds)). Metapsychology Online Reviews.
  • Andorno, Roberto. (2012). “Do our moral judgments need to be guided by principles?”, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare , vol. 21, n° 4, p. 457-465.
  • Cabrera, Laura. (2011). “Memory enhancement: The issues we should not forget about”. Journal Of Evolution and Technology. 22(1).
  • Cabrera, L. (2011). “Neuroethics: a new way to do ethics or a new understanding of ethics?”, AJOB Neuroscience, 2 (2): 25-26.
  • Cabrera, L. (2011). Book Review: ‘Pragmatic Neuroethics: Improving Treatment and Understanding of the Mind-Brain’(Eric Racine). Metapsychology Online Reviews.
  • Cabrera, L. (2011). “They Might Retain Capacities to Consent But Do They Even Care?” AJOB Neuroscience, 2(1):41-42.
  • Cabrera, L. (2010). Book Review: ‘Neuroethics: An Introduction with readings’ (Martha Farah (ed)).Metapsychology Online Reviews.
  • Andorno, Roberto. (2011). “What role for human nature and human dignity in our biotechnological age?” Amsterdam Law Forum (Online journal of the Law Faculty of the Free University of Amsterdam), 2011, vol. 3, n° 1, p. 53-58.
  • Cabrera, Laura. (2010). “Neurotechnology: the need for neuroethicists”. Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics (AJPAE), 11(1-2). Selected papers from the 2009 Conference of the Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics.
  • Andorno, Roberto. “The Precautionary Principle: A New Legal Standard for a Technological Age”, Journal of International Biotechnology Law, 2004, n° 1, p. 11-19.

Additional Swiss Neurolaw Publications

  • Baertschi, Bernard, La neuroéthique : Ce que les neurosciences font à nos conceptions morales. Paris, Editions La Découverte, 2009.
  • Beckermann, Ansgar, Gehirn, Ich, Freiheit: Neurowissenschaften und Menschenbild. Paderborn, Mentis, 2008.
  • Clausen, Jens (ed.), Die “Natur des Menschen” in Neurowissenschaft und Neuroethik. Würzburg, Königshausen & Neumann, 2008.
  • Fangerau, Heiner; Fegert, Jörg M.; Trapp, Thorsten (eds.), Implanted Minds : the neuroethics of intracerebral stem cell transplantation and deep brain stimulation. Bielefeld, Transcript, 2011.
  • Fink, Helmut; Rosenzweig, Rainer (eds.), Künstliche Sinne, gedoptes Gehirn. Neurotechnik und Neuroethik. Paderborn, Mentis, 2010.
  • Gassen, Hans Günter, Das Gehirn. Darmstadt, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2008.
  • Kraut, Stefan, Die Hirnforschung und der gefährliche Mensch: Über die Gefahren einer Neuauflage der biologischen Kriminologie, Münster, Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2008.
  • Hardegger, Judith, Willenssache. Die Infragestellung der Willensfreiheit durch moderne Hirnforschung als Herausforderung für Theologie und Ethik. Münster, LIT, 2009.
  • Schleim, Stephan; Spranger, Tade M.; Walter Henrik (eds.), Von der Neuroethik zum Neurorecht? Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2009.
  • Schmitz-Luhn,Björn;Katzenmeier, Christian and Woopen Christiane, “Law and ethics of deep brain stimulation,” International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 2012.
  • Vogelsang, Frank & Hoppe, Christian (eds.), Ohne Hirn ist alles nichts. Impulse für eine Neuroethik. Neukirchen-Vluyn : Neukirchener Verlag, 2008.
  • Wolpe, Paul Root (ed.), Neuroethics. Aldershort, Ashgate, 2008.

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