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Posted: Jul 6, 2007

Rights of the Person to Technological Self-Determination

Sponsors: IHEU- Appignani Humanist Center for Bioethics and
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“Problems with The Case Against Perfection”   Jeff Buechner Ph.D.

“Scientific Evidence and Human Rights: the difficulty from scientific uncertainty”   Kuan-Ting Chi

“What is in a Face?  Philosophy and Facial Transplantation”   Chalmers C. Clark, PhD

“Human Rights and Stem Cell Research: An Emerging Set of Limits for Rights Vocabularies?”   Fred Frohock Ph.D.

“Technological challenges to the ideas of human identity”   Linda MacDonald Glenn, J.D., LL.M.

“Cognitive Liberty and Drug Law Reform”   Alex Grey

“Ethical-Legal Issues in the Inner City”   Alice Herb, J.D., L.L.M.

“The Technology of Mind and a New Social Contract”   Bill Hibbard Ph.D.

“The Ethics of Sex Selection”   James J. Hughes Ph.D.

“We Must Decide Who We Are to Determine Who We Become: Philosophical Pre-Requisites to Technological Self-Determination”   Kevin Keith

“Rights to One’s Own Genes: The Human Genome as a Commons”   David Koepsell J.D., Ph.D.

“Therapeutic Forgetting: The Legal and Ethical Implications of Memory Dampening”   Adam Kolber J.D.

“Egg Markets”   Ana Lita Ph.D.

“Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense”   Jonathan Moreno Ph.D.

“The trouble with nature and artifice”   Jonathan Pfeiffer

“The Proliferation of Indian Nari Guinea Pigs: Coercive Population Policies and Dubious Clinical Trials”   Priyamvada Sivasubramanian

“Technological Transexualism as a Torchbearer for Technological Self-Determination”   Martine Rothblatt, Ph.D., J.D., M.B.A.

“Cheating Darwin: The Genetic and Ethical Implications of Vanity and Cosmetic Plastic Surgery”   Kristi Scott

“A Natural Right to Fully Actualized Human Nature”   Eric Steinhart

“Some Problems with American Bioethics”   James A. Stieb Ph.D.

“Reproductive rights in Europe and the United States”   Terry Tomsick J.D.

“Lead Me Not Into Temptation:  Folk-Psychological Conceptions of Willpower and Their Implications for Policy”   Michael Vassar

“Defending the Uninterrupted Right to Clone”   Mark Youssef

 


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