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Mason Students Present at the International Neuroethics Society

Mason Students Present at the International Neuroethics Society

The students involved come from a variety of disciplines, including philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience, and have been working with faculty mentors Dr. Andrew Peterson, Dr. Lisa Eckenwiler and Dr. Jesse Kirkpatrick, from the Department of Philosophy and the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy.

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Missed the Moral Injury Event at New America? Watch here

Missed the Moral Injury Event at New America? Watch here

How can we understand and treat the complex impact of the post-9/11 wars on soldiers, veterans and others? How should the military train and prepare those going into war zones to deal with morally difficult or ambiguous situations? Just as PTSD transformed social debate on the effects of war, the idea of moral injury promises to deepen our capacity to make sense of the experience of armed conflict.

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