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Council on Bioethics raises it, with the Lady Macbeth case, as well as in other passages like the following: By "rewriting" memories pharmacologically we might succeed in easing real suffering at the risk of falsifying our perception of the world and undermining our true identity [35, p.227].A difficulty with such passages, as DeGrazia [7, p.232] has pointed out, is that they do not make it clear