BEING A GOOD ACADEMIC CITIZEN
THE NEW MILITARY MEDICAL ETHICS: LEGACIES OF THE GULF WARS AND THE WAR ON TERROR
GETTING MORAL ENHANCEMENT RIGHT: THE DESIRABILITY OF MORAL BIOENHANCEMENT
BRAIN DEATH IN ISLAMIC ETHICO-LEGAL DELIBERATION: CHALLENGES FOR APPLIED ISLAMIC BIOETHICS
ONTOLOGY OR PHENOMENOLOGY? HOW THE LVAD CHALLENGES THE EUTHANASIA DEBATE
REFOCUSING THE RESPONSIVENESS REQUIREMENT
MORAL ENHANCEMENT VIA DIRECT EMOTION MODULATION: A REPLY TO JOHN HARRIS
‘ETHICS IS FOR BAD GUYS!’ PUTTING THE ‘MORAL’ INTO MORAL ENHANCEMENT
THERE'S NO METHOD IN THE BADNESS