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Neuroethics and Animals: Methods and Philosophy

  • TUIJA TAKALA and MATTI HÄYRY

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This article provides an overview of the six other contributions in the Neuroethics and Animals special section. In addition, it discusses the methodological and theoretical problems of interdisciplinary fields. The article suggests that interdisciplinary approaches without established methodological and theoretical bases are difficult to assess scientifically. This might cause these fields to expand without actually advancing.

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1. Takala, T, ed. Philosophical issues in neuroethics [special section]. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2010;19:161229.

2. Buller, T, Shriver, A, Farah, M. Guest editorial: Broadening the focus. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2014;23:124–28.

3. See note 2, Buller et al. 2014.

4. Fenton, A. Can a chimp say “no”? Reenvisioning chimpanzee dissent in harmful research. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2014;23:130–39.

5. See note 4, Fenton 2014.

6. Rollin, MDH, Rollin, BE. Crazy like a fox: Validity and ethics of animal models of human psychiatric disease. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2014;23:140–51.

7. See note 6, Rollin, Rollin 2014.

8. Shriver, AJ. The asymmetrical contributions of pleasure and pain to animal welfare. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2014;23:152–62.

9. See note 8, Shriver 2014.

10. Loveless, SE, Giordano, J. Neuroethics, painience, and neurocentric criteria for the moral treatment of animals. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2014;23:163–72.

11. See note 10, Loveless, Giordano 2014.

12. Buller, T. Animal minds and neuroimaging: Bridging the gap between science and ethics? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2014;23:173–81.

13. See note 12, Buller 2014.

This article was produced as a part of two Academy of Finland projects: Methods in Philosophical Bioethics (SA 131030, 2009–2014) and Synthetic Biology and Ethics (SA 272467, 2013–2017). The authors acknowledge the Academy’s support with gratitude.

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  • TUIJA TAKALA and MATTI HÄYRY

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