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Books

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Journal Articles

  1. Amestoy, Jeffrey L. "Uncommon Humanity: Reflections on Judging in a Post-Human Era." New York University Law Review 78 (2003): 1581-95. Print.
  2. Bridy, Annemarie. "Confounding Extremities: Surgery at the Medico-Ethical Limits of Self Modification." Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 32.1 (2004): 148-55. Print.
  3. Bockman, Collin R. "Cybernetic-Enhancement Technology and the Future of Disability Law." Iowa Law Review 95 (2010): 1315-40. Print.
  4. Chan, Eric. "The Food and Drug Administration and the Future of the Brain-Computer Interface: Adapting FDA Device Law to the Challenges of Human-Machine Enhancement." John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law 25 (2007): 117-64. Print.
  5. Farahany, Nita A. "A Neurological Foundation for Freedom." Stanford Technology Law Review (2012): n. pag. Web. 25 Feb. 2012. <http://stlr.stanford.edu/pdf/farahany-neurological-foundation.pdf>.
  6. Ramachandran, Gowri. "Against the Right to Bodily Integrity: Of Cyborgs and Human Rights." Denver University Law Review 87 (2009): 1-57. Print.
  7. Simmons, Paul D. "The Artificial Heart: How Close Are We, and Do We Want to Get There?" Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 29 (2001): 401-05. Print.
  8. Wright, R. George. "Personhood 2.0: Enhanced and Unenhanced Persons and the Equal Protection of the Laws." Quinnipiac Law Review 23 (2005): 1047-95. Print.

Conference Proceedings

Web Sources

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