Nature of Suffering, Anarchy, Life and Liberty: Is the Cure Worse Than the Disease?

Nature of Suffering, Anarchy, Life and Liberty: Is the Cure Worse Than the Disease?

Michael A. Ashby Editorial. Free Access. Published online 21 June 2022. As previously argued in this column, the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and magnified all…

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Liminality: The Not-So-New Normal?

Liminality: The Not-So-New Normal?

Editorial. Free Access. Published online 6 April 2022. Michael A. Ashby This edition of the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry carries a symposium compiled in honour of the…

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Ethical Design and Use of Robotic Care of the Elderly

Ethical Design and Use of Robotic Care of the Elderly

Recent Developments Open Access. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Published 21 March 2022. Carolyn Johnston Abstract: The Australian Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety…

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COVID-19 and Biomedical Experts: When Epistemic Authority is (Probably) Not Enough

COVID-19 and Biomedical Experts: When Epistemic Authority is (Probably) Not Enough

Critical Perspectives Open Access. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Published 17 January 2022. Pietro Pietrini, Andrea Lavazza & Mirko Farina Abstract: This critical essay evaluates the…

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A Lost Idyll of Connection?

A Lost Idyll of Connection?

Editorial. Published online 23 December 2021. Michael A. Ashby  As we age, it is so easy to slip into the trap of lamentations: that there…

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Risk, Responsibility, Rudeness, and Rules: The Loneliness of the Social Distance Warrior

Risk, Responsibility, Rudeness, and Rules: The Loneliness of the Social Distance Warrior

Original Research Open Access. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Published online 25 October 2021. David M. Shaw Abstract: We have a responsibility to obey COVID-19 rules,…

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The Pensive Gaze

The Pensive Gaze

Editorial. Published online 20 October 2021. Michael A. Ashby and Bronwen Morrell Ethical issues are often transacted with passion, righteous anger, and an unhealthy imbalance…

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How Good is the Science That Informs Government Policy? A Lesson From the U.K.’s Response to 2020 CoV-2 Outbreak

How Good is the Science That Informs Government Policy? A Lesson From the U.K.’s Response to 2020 CoV-2 Outbreak

Critical Perspectives Open Access. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Published online 14 October 2021. Jessica Cooper, Neofytos Dimitriou & Ognjen Arandjelovíc Abstract: In an era when public…

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Ecologies of Public Trust: The NHS COVID-19 Contact Tracing App

Ecologies of Public Trust: The NHS COVID-19 Contact Tracing App

Original Research Open Access. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Published online 5 October 2021. Gabrielle Samuel, Frederica Lucivero, Stephanie Johnson & Heilien Diedericks Abstract: In April…

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Care for Language: Etymology as a Continental Argument in Bioethics

Care for Language: Etymology as a Continental Argument in Bioethics

Original research Open Access. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Published online 1 October 2021. Hub Zwart Abstract: Emphasizing the importance of language is a key characteristic…

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