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11/20/2017

Ahead of Our Time: Why Head Transplantation Is Ethically Unsupportable

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11/20/2017

HEAVEN in the Making: Between the Rock (the Academe) and a Hard Case (a Head Transplant)

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11/20/2017

The Rubicon Already Crossed

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11/08/2017

Empowerment Failure: How Shortcomings in Physician Communication Unwittingly Undermine Patient Autonomy

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11/08/2017

Reasons to Amplify the Role of Parental Permission in Pediatric Treatment

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11/08/2017

To Whom Do Children Belong?

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11/08/2017

The Rescinding of DACA: What Should Healthcare Professionals and Academics Do? (and Why?)

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10/25/2017

Cogitas Ergo Es? Metaphysical Humility in Disorders of Consciousness

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10/25/2017

Is That the Same Person? Case Studies in Neurosurgery

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10/25/2017

The Problems With Fixating on Consciousness in Disorders of Consciousness

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