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Announcement: Welcome to members of the International Neuroethics Society

We are pleased to welcome members of the International Ethics Society (INS), who are collaborating with us on the new Neuroethics blog. The new blog is co-located with our existing practical ethics blog, and all neuroethics articles will be automatically cross-posted between the two. You can access the neuroethics blog by clicking here.

Martha Farah, the Communications and Outreach Chair for the INS, sends the following message to inaugurate the neuroethics blog.

Thank you to Bennett, Julian and the rest of the Practical Ethics Bloggers, from your new partners in neuroethics blogging: the International Neuroethics Society!

For those of you who don’t know about the INS (formerly the NS), we are a group of academics and professionals who together work to support the following mission:

“Our mission is to promote the development and responsible application of neuroscience through interdisciplinary and international research, education, outreach and public engagement for the benefit of people of all nations, ethnicities, and cultures.”

If you are reading this blog, and find the neuroethics postings interesting, then I respectfully submit that you are our kind of person – so please join the Society! Here’s where you can find out more:

To INS members who are reading this, I hope you will consider blogging here whenever you come across a news item, academic publication or talk that raises interesting neuroethical issues. Share your thoughts here, and start a discussion with other members and readers. That way we can learn from each other.

If you’d like to submit to the blog, or have other questions about it, please contact Bennett Foddy, at bennett {dot} foddy {at} philosophy (dot) ox (dot) ac (dot) uk.

–Martha J. Farah, INS Communications and Outreach Chair

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