Most of the neuroethics literature is written by neuroscientists, but now Cambridge University Press has published a book on neuroethics by philosopher Neil Levy: Neuroethics. Challenges for the 21st Century. Philosophers are famously opposed to anything coming from the neurosciences so it will interesting to see what Levy has to say! Actually, Levy has for some time posted on Adam Kolber’s great Neuroethics and Law blog, so some of his views will already be know to many.
Last November Levy was interviewed on The Philosopher’s Stone at ABC Radio National. I can’t find the audiofile for that interview – leave a message in the comments if you can – but here’s a transcript of it.