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Recommended Reading

  • Gary, Jay, “Does Religion and the Future Mix?”(April 3, 2006) http://www.christianfutures.com/religionists_futurists.shtml.

  • Herzfeld, Noreen, In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Human Spirit. Minneapolis MN: Fortress Press, 2002.

  • Lin, Patrick, and Fritz Allhoff, “Nanoethics and Human Enhancement:
    A Critical Evaluation of Recent Arguments,” http://www.nanoethics.org/paper032706.html.
  • Lynch, Zach, “Neurocognitive Enhancement: Already a Fact of Life,” Richard Glen Boire and Wrye Sententia, “Technology in Transition,” Mind Mattters, 1:2 (2006) 2. Published by the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics. www.cognitiveliberty.org. .

  • Peters, Ted, Anticipating Omega. Göttingen, Germany:
  • Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Publishers, 2006.
  • Peters, Ted, Playing God? Genetic Determinism and Human Freedom.
  • London and New York: Routledge, rev. ed. 2003.
  • Peterson, Gregory, Minding God: Theology and the Cognitive Sciences. Minneapolis MN: Fortress Press, 2003.

  • Peters, Ted, Counterbalance Interview.
  • Shand, Hope, and Kathy Jo Wetter, “Shrinking Science: An Introduction to Nanotechnology,” in State of the World: 2006, ed. by Linda Starke of the Worldwatch Institute (New York and London: W.W. Norton & Co., 2006) 78-95.

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Nano Technology and Nano Ethics - Introduction
Can Nanotech in our Brains Make us Smarter?
Nano Ethics and the Future
What Questions Might a Nano-Ethicist Ask?
What Might Theologians Think About Nano Ethics?


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