The Uncertainty of Consciousness and Why It Is important

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Matthew Braddock
University of Tennessee, Martin
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Keywords Personhood  Bioethics  Minimally Conscious State  Vegetative State  Moral Uncertainty  Neuroethics
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DOI 10.1080/21507740.2017.1366580
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