Bert Gordjin applies the typical utopian and dystopian visions of nanotechnology to discover how one may go about judging the moral desirability of a novel field of science. Commentary and recommendation for further reading by Andres Elvira.
Descriptions of their presentations can be found here: Melis & Lynell Lynell Melis Melis Alkin (left) and Lynell Davis (right) presenting at ASBH on the role of the psychologist in physician assisted suicide Melis Alkin standing with her poster on psychedelic-assisted therapy. LMU Bioethics’ students Melis Alkin and Lynell Davis presented at ASBH […]
From thalidomide to HIV, pregnant women have long been regarded as an inherently vulnerable group warranting special exclusion from clinical trials. Is this justifiable paternalism, or the infantilization of a perfectly competent group of human persons? Commentary and Recommendation for further reading by Andres Elvira.