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The CCLE recognizes that these are extremely complex issues with no simple solutions. plex issues with no simple solutions.
The CCLE supports social impact litigation that has the potential to broadly advance cognitive liberty. We have filed legal briefs on the topic of cognitive liberty in federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court.
The CCLE monitors developments in neurotechnology, cognitive sciences and the law, to identify and offer guidance concerning those developments with a potential to significantly impact freedom of thought. We produce reports and professional testimony on complex freedom of thought issues currently facing policy makers, industry, and the general public.
By raising awareness of emerging cognitive liberty issues, our outreach and education campaigns empower people to meaningfully participate in public discourse and the democratic process. We provide course content to universities and professional schools in order to accelerate scholarly discussion of cognitive liberty across a wide range of disciplines.
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The Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (CCLE) is a network of scholars elaborating the law, policy and ethics of freedom of thought. Our mission is to develop public polices that will preserve and enhance freedom of thought into the 21st Century.See More
The CCLE is dedicated to protecting and advancing freedom of thought in the modern world of accelerating neurotechnologies. Our paramount concern is to foster the unlimited potential of the human mind and to protect freedom of thought.See More
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Cognitive Liberty & New Technology (pdf) 8.5 x 11 flyer that describes how cognitive liberty principles may be applied to the use andRead more
Cognitive Liberty Course...
Welcome to the CCLE’s Cognitive Liberty & Neuroethics course curriculum page. With the intent of making this course as easy asRead more
Journal of Cognitive...
The Journal of Cognitive Liberties was published by the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics from 1999-2003. A total of 11 issuesRead more
Vol. 1 Issue 2 contents pdf Spotlight Civil Liberties for the Mind Note from the Directors FYI Neurocognitive Enhancement ReportRead more
In addition to the punishment imposed by the judge, a misdemeanor conviction for possession of marijuana can trigger automatic bars onRead more
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The CCLE is pleased to join the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, together with the Stanford Center