Neuroética: supuestos a través de publicaciones en el campo

Revista Colombiana de Bioética

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Title Neuroética: supuestos a través de publicaciones en el campo
 
Creator Rodríguez Suárez, Nathalia
 
Description El avance de la tecnociencia ha permitido un progreso importante en el conocimiento del cerebro, lo que se acompaña de desafíos que surgen a partir de procesos de evaluación e intervención de este maravilloso y complejo órgano. Estos desafíos son abordados, en parte, por un nuevo saber: la Neuroética, con una notable relevancia en la actualidad, y visible a través de publicaciones científicas. El objetivo del presente artículo es, por tanto, describir los supuestos que se reflejan a través de los temas que se publican en Neuroética, en un curso de 4 años. La metodología utilizada involucró la revisión de bases de datos y motores de búsqueda de revistas científicas en diferentes áreas del conocimiento, con la palabra clave «Neuroética» (neuroethics). Los artículos referenciados señalan como tema más frecuente el impacto que tienen las investigaciones en el cerebro, así como los límites que existen entre la Neuroética y otros campos del saber. La revisión arroja cuestiones importantes como el desconocimiento de la Neuroética por parte de los neurocientíficos y las dificultades en cuanto a la unidad de los conceptos propios de ese saber.
 
Publisher Universidad El Bosque
 
Date 2019-05-27
 
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Identifier https://revistas.unbosque.edu.co/index.php/RCB/article/view/2223
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Source Revista Colombiana de Bioética; Vol 14 No 1 (2019): Revista Colombiana de Bioética 14(1)
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Revista Colombiana de Bioética; Vol. 14 Núm. 1 (2019): Revista Colombiana de Bioética 14(1)
2590-9452
1900-6896
 
Language spa
 
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