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Enhancing Human Capacities [Hardcover]

Julian Savulescu , Ruud ter Meulen , Guy Kahane
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Table of Contents

Preface ( Guy Kahane, Julian Savulescu and Ruud ter Meulen).

I. Key Concepts and Questions.

1. Introduction: Wellbeing and the Concept of Enhancement (Julian Savulescu, Anders Sandberg, and Guy Kahane).

2. The Concept of Nature and the Enhancement Technologies Debate (Lisbeth Witthoefft Nielsen).

3. Enhancement, Autonomy and Authenticity (Niklas Juth).

4. Breaking Evolution′s Chains: The Promise of Enhancement by Design (Russell Powell and Allen Buchanan).

II. Cognitive Enhancement.

5. Introduction: Cognition Enhancement––Upgrading the Brain (Anders Sandberg).

6. The Social and Economic Impacts of Cognitive Enhancement (Anders Sandberg and Julian Savulescu).

7. Cognitive Enhancing Drugs: Neuroscience and Society (Charlotte R. Housden, Sharon Morein–Zamir, and Barbara J. Sahakian).

8. Cognitive Bias and Collective Enhancement (Steve Clarke).

9. Smart Policy: Cognitive Enhancement in the Public Interest (Nick Bostrom and Rebecca Roache).

III. Mood Enhancement.

10. Introduction: Feeling Better Scientific, Ethical and Social Issues in Mood Enhancement (Ron Berghmans, Ruud ter Meulen, Andrea Malizia and Rein Vos).

11. Reasons to Feel, Reasons to take Pills (Guy Kahane).

12. What′s In a Name– ADHD and the Grey Area Between Treatment and Enhancement (Maartje Schermer and Ineke Bolt).

13. What Is Good or Bad In Mood Enhancement? (Rein Vos).

14. Asperger′s Syndrome, Bipolar Disorder and the Relation between Mood, Cognition and Well–Being (Laurens Landeweerd).

15. Is Mood Enhancement a Legitimate Goal of Medicine? (Bengt Brülde).

16. Cognitive Therapy and Positive Psychology Combined: A Promising Approach to the Enhancement of Happiness (Tony Hope).

17. After Prozac (S. Matthew Liao and Rebecca Roache).

IV. Physical Enhancement.

18. Introduction: Physical Enhancement (Hidde J. Haisma).

19. Physical Enhancement The State of the Art (Andy Miah).

20. Enhanced Bodies (Claudio Tamburriniand Torbjörn Tännsjö).

21. Physical Enhancement: What Baseline, Whose Judgement? (SørenHolm and Mike McNamee).

22. Le Tour and Failure of Zero Tolerance: Time to Relax Doping Controls (Julian Savulescu and Bennett Foddy).

23. Enhancing Skill (Bennett Foddy).

24. Can a Ban on Doping in Sport be Morally Justified? (Sigmund Loland).

V. Life Extension.

25. Introduction: Looking for the Fountain of Youth: Scientific, Ethical and Social Issues in the Extension of Human Lifespan (Gaia Barazzetti).

26. Is Living Longer Living Better? (Larry Temkin).

27. Life Extension versus Replacement (Gustaf Arrhenius).

28. Life Span Extension: Metaphysical Basis and Ethical Outcomes (Christine Overall).

29. Lifespan Extension and Personal Identity (Gaia Barazetti and Massimo Reichlin).

30. Intergenerational Justice and Lifespan Extension (Roberto Mordacci).

31. The Value of Life Extension to Persons as Conatively–Driven Processes (Steven Horrobin).

32. Enhancing Human Ageing: The Cultural and Psychosocial Context of Life–Span Extension (John Bond).

33. Policy Making for a New Generation of Interventions in Age–Related Disease and Decline (Kenneth Howse).

VI. Moral Enhancement.

34. Moral Enhancement (Tom Douglas).

35. Unfit for the Future?: Human Nature, Scientific Progress and the Need for Moral Enhancement (Ingmar Persson and Julian Savulescu).

VII. General Policy.

36. Of Nails and Hammers: Human Biological Enhancement and American Policy Tools (Henry T. Greely).

37. The Politics of Human Enhancement and the European Union (Christopher Coenen, Mirjam Schuijff and Martijintje Smits).

Notes on Contributors.


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