"Levy's book works well in establishing neuroethics as being worthy of careful philosophical discussion, with deep and interesting problems that can have major social implications. ...augers well for the philosophical side of this new field of study, and it should help to ensure that the work done in this area is philosophically rich." - Christian Perring, Metapsychology online reviews
"Neuroethics - Challenges for the 21st Century is definitely a worthwhile read."
Perry Mill, Provincial Health Ethics Network
Devoting equal attention to the ethical issues and to philosophical reflection, this book summarises our questions and understanding of free-will, self-control, self-deception and the foundations of morality. Written for graduate students and academics in the fields of neuroethics, applied ethics, bioethics, moral psychology, philosophy of mind and cognitive science.