Readership: Scholars and advanced students of philosophy; medical professionals, lawyers, and policymakers interested in the ethics of technological enhancement of human nature.
Allen E. Buchanan, Duke University
Allen Buchanan is Professor of Philosophy at Duke University
"well argued, clearly written, and presents a comprehensive analysis of the relevant key questions in the debate. To my knowledge this volume is the most wide-ranging exploration on human enhancement, and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to get a good grasp of the current debate.
" - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"a remarkable book that argues in favour of biomedical enhancement ... this book is admirable for its rich inventory of new ideas and its unmerciful criticism of the all-too-convenient arguments which abound in the usual ethical literature. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to everybody interested in bioethics" - Christoph Henning, Journal of Critical Realism
1: The Landscape of the Enhancement Debate
2: Enhancement and Human Development Enhancement and Human Development
4: Human Nature and the Natural
5: Conservatism and Enhancement
6: Unintended Bad Consequences
7: Moral Status and Enhancement
8: Distributive Justice and the Diffusion of Innovations