[Wiseman] argues compellingly against ‘neuroprimacy’ in ethics…. Through his thoughtful critique of neuroscientific reductionism, he provides a foundation for understanding the complexities of moral action…. The Myth of the Moral Brain is a cautionary tale of overconfidence in easy fixes for deep flaws.—New Scientist—
The Myth of the Moral Brain… puts moral enhancement back on its feet.
, Hastings Center Report