Editorials

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Prestidigitation vs. Public Trust: Or How We Can Learn to Change the Conversation and Prevent Powers From “Organizing the Discontent”

Leigh E. Rich

The Ninth Circle: Who and What Do We Trust In Today’s World?

Michael A. Ashby

Which Lane Should We Be In?

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

Transition and Dialectic: A Farewell, A Big Thank You, Some Medical Ethics and Some Reproduction

Michael A. Ashby

The Virus of Vagueness in Authorship

David Shaw

Afterthoughts and Foresight: Digging Through Boxes of Bygone Beliefs and Brooding About the Burgeoning of Bioethics

Leigh E. Rich

“Born Like This / Into This”: Tuberculosis, Justice, and Futuristic Dinosaurs

Leigh E. Rich

The Trojan Citation and the “Accidental” Plagiarist

David Shaw

For the New, the Former, and All Those Continuing On: We Offer Our Thanks

Leigh E. Rich

“Leapin’ Lizards, Mr. Science”: Old Reflections on the New Archaeology (and Musings on Anthropology, Art, Bioethics, and Medicine)

Leigh E. Rich

Ethics, Foreseeability, and Tragedy in Australian Immigration Detention

Ryan Essex

Thirty Years Yet Miles of the Medium-Metaphor to Go: Jon Stewart, Neil Postman, and “Understanding the Politics and Epistemology of Media”

Leigh E. Rich

“Can a Company be Bitchy?” Corporate (and Political and Scientific) Social Responsibility

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

Intergenerational Global Heath

David M. Shaw and Leigh E. Rich

Defining “Global Health Ethics”

Catherine Myser

Ethical Aspects of the Glasgow Effect

David M. Shaw

How Do We Thank Thee? Let Us (Try to) Count the Ways

Leigh E. Rich

Art, (In)Visibility, and Ebola

Leigh E. Rich, Michael A. Ashby, and David M. Shaw

Disease, Communication, and the Ethics of (In)Visibility

Monika Pietrzak-Franger and Martha Stoddard Holmes

Ebola, Ethics, and the Question of Culture

Paul Komesaroff and Ian Kerridge

Crime and Punishment, Rehabilitation or Revenge: Bioethics for Prisoners?

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

Conducting Ethics Research in Prison: Why, Who, and What?

David M. Shaw, Tenzin Wangmo, and Bernice S. Elger

Government of the People, by the People, for the People: Bioethics, Literature, and Method

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

Bioethics and Literature: An Exciting Overlap

Grant Gillett and Lynne Bowyer

Two Deaths and a Birth: Reminiscing and Rehashing Principles in Biomedical Ethics

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

How Shall We Thank Thy Merit?

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

“As Flies to Wanton Boys”: Dilemmas and Dodging in the Field of Nonhuman Animal Ethics

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

Bioethics and Nonhuman Animals

Rob Irvine, Chris Degeling, and Ian Kerridge

“Speak What We Feel, Not What We Ought to Say”: Moral Distress and Bioethics

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

Death’s Dominion: An Appreciation of Ronald Dworkin (1931–2013)

Michael A. Ashby

Eating People Is Wrong … or How We Decide Morally What to Eat

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

In Memory of Gavin Mooney

Miles Little

From Personal Misfortune to Public Liability

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

A Public Health Ethics Approach to Non-Communicable Diseases

Stacy M. Carter and Lucie Rychetnik

Cases and Culture

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

The New EU Directive on the Use of Animals for Research and the Value of Moral Consistency

Jan Deckers

A Time to Give Thanks

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

Today’s “Sexmission”

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

Signposts in a Familiar Land?

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

Rethinking the Body and Its Boundaries

Leigh E. Rich, Michael A. Ashby, and Pierre-Olivier Méthot

Discussing Difference and Dealing With Desolation and Despair

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

A Tip of the Hat to Our Peer Reviewers

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

Editorial 8(3) Reconciliation

Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby

Reconciliation and the Technics of Healing

Paul A. Komesaroff, Elizabeth Kath, and Paul James

Editorial 8(2) Futility

Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich

Editorial 8(1) Neuroethics and Mental Health

Kate Cregan

Editorial 7(4) Dignity

Kate Cregan

Editorial 7(3)

Kate Cregan

Continental Philosophy and Bioethics

Catherine Mills

Editorial 7(1) Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Kate Cregan

Editorial 6(4) Illuminating Environmental Ethics

Kate Cregan

Editorial 6(3) End of Life

Kate Cregan

Infectious Disease Ethics: Limiting Liberty in Contexts of Contagion

Michael J. Selgelid, Angela R. McLean, Nimalan Arinaminpathy, and Julian Savulescu

Editorial 6(1) Nanotechnology

Kate Cregan

Editorial 5(4)

Kate Cregan

The Biopolitics of Bioethics and Disability

Shelley Tremain

Editorial 5(1)

Ian Kerridge and Paul A. Komesaroff

The Asia Pacific Issue: Richness in Diversity

Paul A. Komesaroff and Ian Kerridge

Hail and Farewell

Christopher Jordens

What Makes a Journal an International Journal?

Christopher Jordens

Editorial 3(3)

Christopher Jordens

Editorial 3(12) Ethics and Stem Cell Research

Christopher Jordens and Jing-Bao Nie

Bioethics in New Zealand: Continuity, Changes, and Challenges

Lynley Anderson

Should We Be Concerned About Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs?

Christopher Jordens and Lynley Anderson

What Does It Mean to Be a Better Person?

Christopher Jordens