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Applied Ethics 2017

Applied Ethics 2015

Applied Ethics 2014

Applied Ethics 2013

  • Cyberwar and Just War Theory
  • Matthew BEARD
  • Two Theses of Moral Enhancement
  • Takeshi SATO
  • Arguments in Professional Ethics Concerning Justice and Autonomy with Regard to the Ill, Injured and Disabled
  • Paul JEWELL and Evdokia KALAITZIDIS
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Personal Identity: Messages from Bioethics
  • Cheng-Chih TSAI
  • Rethinking Survivor Guilt: An Attempt at a Philosophical Interpretation
  • Satoshi FUKUMA
  • The Conflicting Terms of Environmental Justice: An Analysis of the Discourse
  • Morgan Chih-Tung HUANG
  • Epicureanism about the Badness of Death and Experientialism about Goodness
  • Fumitake YOSHIZAWA
  • Liberty and Freedom: The Relationship of Enablement
  • Michael YUDANIN
  • The Professional Morality of the Documentary Filmmaker
  • Wu-Tso LIN
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Applied Ethics 2012

  • Moral Goodness, Social Kinds, Natural Kinds, and Homeostatic Property Clusters
  • Thomas ADAJIAN
  • Does Democracy Monopolize a Right to Rule?: A Critique of Thomas Christiano’s Democratic Conception of Political Authority
  • Makoto SUZUKI
  • Conceptualising Environmental Ethics
  • The Quality of Life of Experimental Animals: A Critical Reflection from Confucian Point of View
  • Hsuan-Ju WANG
  • Community of No-Self: The Ethical-Existential Structure of Community in Watsuji Tetsur? and Jean-Luc Nancy
  • Anton Luis SEVILLA
  • Fathers’ Supportive Parenting Practice and its Effect on Emotional Dependence and Self-reliance of High School Students: A Case of Rural Families in China
  • Nan LIU
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Applied Ethics 2011

  • Moral Disagreement, Moral Realism, and Vagueness
  • Thomas ADAJIAN
  • Well-being, Desire, and the Problem of ‘Miswanting’: Rethinking the Philosophical Theories of Well-being and the Practice of Informed Consent in View of Psychological Studies
  • Makoto SUZUKI
  • Moral Realism and Moral Disagreement: An Alternative Account
  • Laura SPECKER
  • Responsible Research?
  • Carwyn Rhys HOOPER
  • Human Enhancement and Human Nature
  • Takeshi SATO
  • The Relationship between Neuro-Intervention of Memory and Moral Responsibility
  • Wanling CHOU
  • Biocentrism and Synthetic Biology
  • Sune HOLM
  • “Society in Science”: the DePGx Project and the Democratization of Health Policy Strategies through Public Deliberation
  • Moral Obligations of States
  • Honor in the Military and the Possible Implication for the Traditional Separation of Jus Ad Bellum and Jus In Bello
  • Jacob BLAIR
  • Race-Based Welfare and Multiracialism
  • James GARRISON
  • How to Evaluate Justice Using Nussbaum’s Capabilities List?
  • Lydia de TIENDA PALOP
  • Pragmatism, Participation and Powersliding: On the Reciprocal Relationship between Environmental Ethics Thinking and Practice
  • Leslie MABON
  • An Oriental Perspective on the Ethical Issue of Physician-Assisted Suicide from Taiwanese Point of View
  • Su-Chen LEE
  • Reaching and Engaging Employees through Business Ethics Training : A Study of Two Organizations to Enumerate Various Practices and Innovations in Business Ethics Training
  • Namrata JAJOO, Ranjeet KAKKAD, Rhishikesh DATAR
  • Manga, Virtual Child Pornography, and Censorship in Japan
  • Chris MATHEWS
  • A Study of Defensive Medicine in Japan
  • Sakura YAHATA
  • Revision of Organ Transplantation Law in Japan: Brain Death, Presumed Consent, and Donation of Children’s Organs
  • Keiko YASUOKA
  • Parental Involvement and Children’s Perception of Competence: From Gender Perspectives
  • Takayo SASAKI
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Applied Ethics 2010

  • How Can Images of Aging Have Policy Implications?
  • Bethany SPIELMAN
  • Goldstone and Gaza: The Justice of the Conduct of the Inquiry
  • Howard ADELMAN
  • The Four Cultures: Hybridizing Science and Humanities, East and West
  • Michel PUECH
  • Direct and Indirect Agency: Clarifying and Refining the Doctrine of Double Effect
  • Makoto SUZUKI
  • A Normative Account of Risk: The Case of Cognitive Enhancers
  • Rana AHMAD
  • Different Methodological Approaches to Bioethics
  • Vasil GLUCHMAN
  • Non-utilitarian Consequentialism and Professional Ethics of Teacher
  • Medical Refugees in Japan: From Overseas Transplants to Organ Self-Sufficiency for Japanese Recipients
  • Keiko YASUOKA
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Applied Ethics 2009

  • A Defense of Response-Dependent Account of Well-being
  • Makoto SUZUKI
  • The Discount Rate: A Small Number with a Big Impact
  • Dominic ROSER
  • Distributive Justice in a Global Village : In Defense of Theories of Global Justice
  • Makoto IKEDA
  • Does Neurobiological Determinism Entail the End of Criminal Responsibility?
  • Frederic GILBERT
  • From Genetic Enhancement to Neuro Enhancement
  • Wanling CHOU
  • Listen to My Heart: Paternalism vs. Patient Autonomy
  • Yicheng CHUNG
  • Killing Oneself or the Other
  • Benefit Sharing in Biobanking: A Confucian Examination
  • Honchung WONG
  • An Idea of Green Thinking: From Confucian Legacy to Global Warming
  • Shui Chuen LEE
  • The Role of Environmental Aesthetics in the Environmental Ethics : An Intimation from Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic
  • Huang LI-YUN
  • Reference or Construction? : An Attempt to Revise Integrative Social Contracts Theory
  • Takashi MASUBUCHI
  • Re-examination of the Relationship between PR and Marketing: Agency and Corporate PR Practitioners’ Ethical Considerations of Marketing PR
  • Serra ?nci CELEBI
  • Unearthing the Roots of Objective Reporting: The Integral Contributions of Walter Lippmann and Max Weber
  • Masatoshi KURIYAMA
  • An Evaluation of the Graduate-level Ethics Training of Scientists in the United States.
  • Heather P. TARLETON
  • Professional Ethics Education for School Teachers in Japan
  • Tetsu UENO
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Applied Ethics 2008

  • General Education and Morality in Japanese Universities
  • Kazuyuki Sunaga
  • Is “Objective Reporting” part of Media Ethics?:
    A Philosophical Inquest
  • Masatoshi Kuriyama
  • Science Communication in Hiroshima
  • Tetsu Ueno
  • An Inquiry into the Relationship between Public Participation and Moral Education in Contemporary Japan: Who decides your way of life?
  • Koji Tachibana
  • What Kinds of Trust do we need for Biobanking and Beyond?
  • Shui Chuen Lee
  • Confucian Family Consent vs. Western Individual Consent: An Ethical Analysis
  • Wan-Ling Chou
  • True Self as World-Maker: The Foundation for Ethical Creativity in Nicolai Berdyaev and Abe Masao
  • Anton Luis C. Sevilla
  • Norm Formation and Ethics in Transition Economies: The Styles of Capital Accumulation through the Diverse Privatization Processes
  • Yoshihiro Masuda
  • Stewardship and Co-Creator?: Analysis of the Historical background of These Two Concepts
  • Akira Tsurushima
  • Beyond the Precautionary Principle: Lessons Learned from the HIV crisis in France
  • Tomohiko Yara
  • Regulation on Genetic Information in Spain
    Maria Dolores Hervas Armero
    Agent-Centered Approach in Engineering Ethics: A Consideration of the Methodology of Applied Ethics
  • Hidekazu Kanemitsu
  • Closing One’s Eyes to danger: Against the Disability Rights critique of Genetic Screening
  • Geoffrey T. Roche
  • Human Enhancement, For and Against
  • Takeshi Sato
  • Ethics of Neuro-modulation: Possibility and Necessity of Neuroethics
  • Tamami Fukushi and Osamu Sakura
  • Media Violence within the Framework of Biomedical Ethics: Why Hurley’s Argument Fails
  • Saku Hara
  • Noncombatant Immunity and Restorative Justice: A Constructive Critique of Just War Theory
  • Shunzo Majima
  • Social Entrepreneurship: Ethical response to Social Inequality
  • Gladius Kulothungan
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