The Greenwall Report (click here for PDF) is titled Enhanced Warfighters: Risk, Ethics, and Policy. It addresses ethical and policy issues arising from military-supported research and development programs designed to enhance the physical and cognitive performance of soldiers using mechanical, chemical or biological means. Much of the discussion is devoted to the concept of "enhancement" and how it differs from "therapy," an issue that depends on assumptions about about normal human health and behavior. The issues are wide-ranging, involving human biology, technology, ethical and moral dilemmas. I point to this issue here, on OAC, because this is an area where anthropologists might be expected to have something to bring to the table and contribute to the debate.
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