Introduction to the Special Section: Feminist Approaches to Neurotechnologies


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Laura Specker Sullivan
University of Washington
Sara Goering
University of Washington
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Bioethics has already had a rich interaction with the relatively new field of neurotechnology. Scholars have wondered whether neurotechnological interventions, such as deep brain stimulation, are threats to personal identity, lead to alienation or create dilemmas between authenticity and autonomy, impact autonomy, detract from agency, or lead to self-estrangement. Many of these ethical investigations are concerned not with the targeted health benefits of neurotechnology but with whether and how they fit into users' lives in more personal and profound ways.In some ways, this focus on general bioethical issues...
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