Jonathan Pugh
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The moral imperative to continue gene editing research on human embryos
J Savulescu, J Pugh, T Douglas, C Gyngell
Protein & cell 6 (7), 476-479, 2015
Risk assessment tools in criminal justice and forensic psychiatry: the need for better data
T Douglas, J Pugh, I Singh, J Savulescu, S Fazel
European psychiatry 42, 134-137, 2017
The ethics of deep brain stimulation for the treatment of anorexia nervosa
H Maslen, J Pugh, J Savulescu
Neuroethics 8 (3), 215-230, 2015
Driven to extinction? The ethics of eradicating mosquitoes with gene-drive technologies
J Pugh
Journal of medical ethics 42 (9), 578-581, 2016
Deep brain stimulation, authenticity and value
J Pugh, H Maslen, J Savulescu
Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics 26 (4), 640-657, 2017
Considerations and methods for placebo controls in surgical trials (ASPIRE guidelines)
DJ Beard, MK Campbell, JM Blazeby, AJ Carr, C Weijer, BH Cuthbertson, ...
The Lancet 395 (10226), 828-838, 2020
Brainjacking in deep brain stimulation and autonomy
J Pugh, L Pycroft, A Sandberg, T Aziz, J Savulescu
Ethics and Information Technology 20 (3), 219-232, 2018
Unexpected complications of novel deep brain stimulation treatments: ethical issues and clinical recommendations
H Maslen, B Cheeran, J Pugh, L Pycroft, S Boccard, S Prangnell, ...
Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface 21 (2), 135-143, 2018
Justifications for non-consensual medical intervention: From infectious disease control to criminal rehabilitation
J Pugh, T Douglas
Criminal justice ethics 35 (3), 205-229, 2016
Autonomy, Natality and Freedom: A Liberal Re‐examination of Habermas in the Enhancement Debate
J Pugh
Bioethics 29 (3), 145-152, 2015
Evidence-based Neuroethics, deep brain stimulation and personality-deflating, but not bursting, the bubble
J Pugh, L Pycroft, H Maslen, T Aziz, J Savulescu
Neuroethics 14 (1), 27-38, 2021
Autonomy, rationality, and contemporary bioethics
J Pugh
Oxford University Press, 2020
Coercive paternalism and back-door perfectionism
J Pugh
Journal of Medical Ethics 40 (5), 350-351, 2014
Cohen’s conservatism and human enhancement
J Pugh, G Kahane, J Savulescu
The journal of Ethics 17 (4), 331-354, 2013
No going back? Reversibility and why it matters for deep brain stimulation
J Pugh
Journal of Medical Ethics 45 (4), 225-230, 2019
Lay attitudes toward deception in medicine: Theoretical considerations and empirical evidence
J Pugh, G Kahane, H Maslen, J Savulescu
AJOB empirical bioethics 7 (1), 31-38, 2016
Clarifying the normative significance of ‘personality changes’ following deep brain stimulation
J Pugh
Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (3), 1655-1680, 2020
Moral bio-enhancement, freedom, value and the parity principle
J Pugh
Topoi 38 (1), 73-86, 2019
The moral obligation to prioritize research into deep brain stimulation over brain lesioning procedures for severe enduring anorexia nervosa
J Pugh, J Tan, T Aziz, RJ Park
Frontiers in Psychiatry, 523, 2018
How should we deal with misattributed paternity? A survey of lay public attitudes
G Lowe, J Pugh, G Kahane, L Corben, S Lewis, M Delatycki, J Savulescu
AJOB empirical bioethics 8 (4), 234-242, 2017
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