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Why should I be natural?: a fivefold challenge to the supposed duty to 'be natural' as grounds for outlawing human enhancement

Pieter Bonte (2011) Technologies on the stand : legal and ethical questions in neuroscience and robotics. p.215-243
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organization
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publication status
published
subject
keyword
Human Enhancement, Normativity of the Natural, Human Nature
book title
Technologies on the stand : legal and ethical questions in neuroscience and robotics
editor
Bibi van den Bergh and Laura Klaming
pages
215 - 243
publisher
Wolf Legal Publishers
place of publication
Oisterwijk, The Netherlands
ISBN
9789058506511
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B2
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
3143538
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-3143538
date created
2013-02-26 10:59:39
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2017-01-02 09:54:26
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Chicago
Bonte, Pieter. 2011. “Why Should I Be Natural?: a Fivefold Challenge to the Supposed Duty to ‘Be Natural’ as Grounds for Outlawing Human Enhancement.” In Technologies on the Stand : Legal and Ethical Questions in Neuroscience and Robotics, ed. Bibi van den Bergh and Laura Klaming, 215–243. Oisterwijk, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers.
APA
Bonte, P. (2011). Why should I be natural?: a fivefold challenge to the supposed duty to “be natural” as grounds for outlawing human enhancement. In B. van den Bergh & L. Klaming (Eds.), Technologies on the stand : legal and ethical questions in neuroscience and robotics (pp. 215–243). Oisterwijk, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers.
Vancouver
1.
Bonte P. Why should I be natural?: a fivefold challenge to the supposed duty to “be natural” as grounds for outlawing human enhancement. In: van den Bergh B, Klaming L, editors. Technologies on the stand : legal and ethical questions in neuroscience and robotics. Oisterwijk, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers; 2011. p. 215–43.
MLA
Bonte, Pieter. “Why Should I Be Natural?: a Fivefold Challenge to the Supposed Duty to ‘Be Natural’ as Grounds for Outlawing Human Enhancement.” Technologies on the Stand : Legal and Ethical Questions in Neuroscience and Robotics. Ed. Bibi van den Bergh & Laura Klaming. Oisterwijk, The Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2011. 215–243. Print.