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Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy
Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences
Hokkaido University
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Sapporo:060-0810
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Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.13

Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.12

Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.11

Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.10

Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.9

Contents
  • How Applied Should Applied Ethics Be?
  • Michael Davis
  • Forms of Organizing Human Society Inspired by Technological Structures
  • Alfons Josef Schuster


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.8

Contents
    ARTICLE
  • Debts and Duties of Patients Who Benefit from Medical Research with Reference to Arthroplasty―
  • David Edward Rose
    Author Meets Critics:
    Michael Boylan’s Natural Human Rights: A Theory
  • A Libertarian Reading of Boylan’s Natural Human Rights: A Theory
  • Alan Tomhave
  • Boylan’s Agency Justification for Natural Human Rights and Group Rights  
  • Tina Fernandes Botts
  • Human Rights: Natural or Cultural?
  • Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez
  • Freedom of Speech in an Age of Computer Hacktivism
  • Julie E. Kirsch
  • Salvaging a Naturalistic Account of Human Rights?: A Critical Commentary on Michael Boylan’s Natural Human Rights
  • Robert Paul Churchill
  • Natural Human Rights: A Reply to my Colleagues
  • Michael Boylan


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.7

Contents
  • Codes of Ethics : Towards a Principlist Justification
  • Valentin Muresan
  • Netcitizenship : Addressing Cyberevenge and Sexbullying
  • Raphael Cohen-Almagor
  • A Realist Self?
  • Andrew Oberg


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.6

Contents
  • Professional Ethics without Moral Theory
    A Practical Guide for the Perplexed Non-Philosopher
  • Michael Davis
  • Challenges for Professional Loyalties
  • John Kleinig


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.5

Contents
  • The Right to an Unsafe Car?
    Consumer Choice and Three Types of Autonomy
  • Eugene Schlossberger
  • Can there be a Just Cyber War?
  • Michael Boylan
  • Liberty and Pornography: An Examination of the Use of John Stuart Mill
    in Pro-Censorship Feminist Arguments
  • Amy White


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.4

Contents
  • Three Nuclear Disasters and a Hurricane:
    Some Reflections on Engineering Ethics
  • Michael Davis
  • A Pluralist Ethical Decision-making Procedure
  • Valentin Muresan
  • Business Ethics and Military Ethics:
    A Study in Comparative Applied Ethics
  • William H. Shaw
    Author Meets the Critics: Michael Boylan's Morality and Global Justice
  • Boylan on Immigration
  • Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez
  • A Compromise Solution to the Immigration Problem:
    A Response to Michael Boylan
  • Julie E. Kirsch
  • International Immigration:
    A Reply to Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez and Julie Kirsch
  • Michael Boylan


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.3

Contents
  • Who Should Decide the Content of Professional Ethics?
  • Soren Holm
  • Neuroimaging in the Courts of Law
  • Bernard Baertschi
  • A Measurement-Theoretic Foundation of Threshold Utility Maximiser’s Preference Logic
  • Satoru Suzuki


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.2

Contents
  • Environmental Injustice, Climate Change, and Nuclear Power:
    Flawed Standards for Ionizing Radiation
  • Kristin Shrader-Frechette
  • Engineers and Sustainability: An Inquiry into the Elusive Distinction between
    Macro-, Micro-, and Meso-Ethics
  • Michael Davis
  • Sustainability in the Education of Professionals
  • Randall Curren
  • A Logical Typology of Normative Systems
  • Berislav ?arni?


Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy vol.1

Contents
  • What is ‘Applied’ in Applied Ethics?
  • Ruth Chadwick
  • Fourteen Kinds of Social Contract
  • Michael Davis
  • Political Patriotism
  • Stan van Hooft
  • Principles of Paternalism
  • Simon Clarke
  • What Do You Mean I Should Take Responsibility for My Own Ill Health?
  • Nicole A Vincent