This page provides information
about the universities which have accepted our
Cognitive Liberty & Neuroethics Course Curriculum.
If you are a student or
professor who has taught or taken this course in whole, or in part,
please let us know, so we can add your name or institution to this list.
Neuroscience Initiative Foundation
Distance Education Division
is integrating the
Neuroethics and Cognitive Liberty curriculum as an independent distance
education course/program; including updated biomedical ethics content from
Cognitive Liberty & Neuroethics
A Two-week version of
Cognitive Liberty & Neuroethics will be taught version at Reed's annual
Paideia educational event. Paideia is a 10-16 day "celebration of academia"
held every January at Reed. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of
Reed offer informal, non-credit courses and lectures on a wide variety of
Cognitive Liberty & Neuroethics, upcoming course
Cognitive Liberty &
Neuroethics will be taught as a two-semester class through the
university's English department in a format emphasizing the effects of
cultural and literary impact of psychedelics.
Taiwan Central University
University of British
Cognitive Liberty: Psychedelic Perspectives
PHIL 486, 3 credits
This course is to be a general introduction to the issues surrounding
psychoactives approached from the philosophical direction of cognitive
liberty (i.e. of issues pertaining to mental freedom). We will begin the
course by examining the subject of cognitive liberty, and then cover a wide
range of psychedelic-related topics, including such topics as: possible
dangers, religion, anthropology, psychology, psychedelics as educational
tools, and the war on drugs - relating everything to cognitive liberty.
Contact: Mark Bryan