- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Challenging Human Enhancement
- 2 Reason, Emotion, and Morality
- 3 Repugnance as Performance Error
- 4 Reasons, Reflection, and Repugnance
- 5 A Natural Alliance against a Common Foe? Opponents of Enhancement and the Social Model of Disability
- 6 Playing God
- 7 Conservative and Critical Morality in Debate about Reproductive Technologies
- 8 Human Enhancement: Conceptual Clarity and Moral Significance
- 9 Human Enhancement for Whom?
- 10 Enhancing Conservatism
- 11 MacIntyre’s Paradox
- 12 Partiality for Humanity and Enhancement
- 13 Enhancement, Mind-Uploading, and Personal Identity
- 14 Levelling the Playing Field
- 15 Buchanan and the Conservative Argument against Human Enhancement from Biological and Social Harmony
- 16 Moral Enhancement, Enhancement, and Sentiment
- 17 The Evolution of Moral Enhancement
- The Ethics of Human Enhancement
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