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CCLE Publishes Report on Life Sentences for Cannabis in the U.S.

IEET Fellow Wrye Sententia and her collaborators at the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics have published:

Life Sentences: Collateral Sanctions Associated with Marijuana Offenses

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The Ethics of Imagination: The Space Between Your Ears by Wrye Sententia

This article will look at the concept of imagination and how imagination is key not only to the furtherance of many of the technologies that we see on a visionary horizon but also to fostering human consciousness in ethically meaningful ways, in ways that are sustainable as we move forward into the bumpy ride of the future.

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No Ritalin, No Education! by Wrye Sententia

In recent years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of American children diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder). Almost all of these kids are placed on psycho-stimulant medications like Ritalin. As this trend continues, our children are rapidly becoming the most medicated children in the world. With ADHD diagnosis rates ten times greater than those observed in Europe or Japan, the United States now consumes 90% of the annual global production of Methylphenidate.

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IEET Fellows Interviewed for RU Sirius’ New Book

RU Sirius is a pioneer of technoprogressive futurism. As founder/editor of the magazine Mondo 2000 RU Sirius forged a brand of scientifically-literate psychedelic gonzo radicalism that nurtured and inspired the emerging transhumanist subculture, and is now emerging again as an important critical voice. As prime driver of the growing MondoGlobo media operation, RU has been profiling leading technoprogressive thinkers, activists and issues for the last five years.

In his latest book True Mutations: Interviews on the Edge of Science, T...

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Prosthetic Perception: Turn on, Tune in, Tune Out   (and then hit Replay) by Wrye Sententia

Review of Michael Chorost’s Rebuilt:  How Becoming Part Computer Made Me More Human (2005)

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Illegal Possession Of Your Own Brain by Wrye Sententia

R.U. Sirius and Sherry Miller talk with IEET Fellow Wrye Sententia and Richard Glenn Boire from the Center For Cognitive Liberties & Ethics about our right to put whatever we want into our brains and to keep whatever we want out. (Download MP3).

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Diagramming Sentences of Value: Evolving Human Rights and the Terms of Geoethical Nanotechnology by Wrye Sententia

Talk at 1st Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology, July 20, 2005 by Wrye Sententia, Ph.D., Director, Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethic.

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July 20, 2005 Terasem talks webcast

The Terasem Movement, Inc., a non-profit foundation focused on geoethical nanotechnology, plans a live webcast of its 1st Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology, featuring transhumanist writer Ray Kurzweil, IEET Fellow and Center for Responsible Nanotechnology Director Mike Treder, Nobel Laureate Barry Blumberg, IEET Executive Director James Hughes, cognitive liberty campaigner Wrye Sententia and other luminaries.

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Cognitive Liberty and Converging Technologies for Improving Human Cognition by Wrye Sententia

Developers of NBIC (Nano-Bio-Info-Cogno) technologies face a multitude of obstacles, not the least of which is navigating the public ethics of their applied research. Biotechnologies have received widespread media attention and spawned heated interest in their perceived social implications. Now, in view of the rapidly expanding purview of neuroscience and the growing array of technologic developments capable of affecting or monitoring cognition, the emerging field of neuroethics calls for a consideration of the social and ethical implication...

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Neuroethical Considerations by Wrye Sententia

Neuroethical Considerations: Cognitive Liberty and Converging Technologies for Improving Human Cognition

Developers of NBIC (Nano-Bio-Info-Cogno) technologies face a multitude of obstacles, not the least of which is navigating the public ethics of their applied research. Biotechnologies have received widespread media attention and spawned heated interest in their perceived social implications. Now, in view of the rapidly expanding purview of neuroscience and the growing array of technologic developments capable of affecting or...