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Thanks for the heads up about Slate!

By the way, I'm not so sure about your parenthetical remark about "the father of" the term neuroethics. For a while, the term was credited to William Safire and though Safire may have independently created it, he subsequently discovered that it has been out there for some time before he began to use it. Not that much turns on this issue, but I'm often surprised how seriously people are invested in the provenance of the word "neuroethics"!

Ah - I see.
Explained nicely in the Wikipedia entry for neuroethics, of course. :)


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