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The Bioethics Discussion Group pres.

Bioethics Discussion: Artificial Parts

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A discussion on what is replaceable.

For the discussion, consider a few readings:
––Implant ethics
––Neuro-Prosthetics, the Extended Mind, and Respect for Persons with Disability
––Why Not Artificial Wombs?
––Going Out on a Limb: Prosthetics, Normalcy and Disputing the Therapy/Enhancement Distinction

For more information and/or to receive a copy of the readings visit


While people are still allowed on campus, discussions will be held on the front lawn of Lurie Biomedical Engineering building. Participants will be asked to enter the area via a “welcome desk” where there will be hand sanitizer, wipes, etc. Participants will be masked, at least 12 feet from one another, and speaking through megaphones with one another. In accordance with public health mandates and guidance, participation will be limited to 20 individuals who sign up to participate ahead of time.

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