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Book Mark Coeckelbergh (2022)
Robot Ethics. (/isis/citation/CBB774380050/) unapi

Book Noortje Jacobs (2022)
Ethics by Committee: A History of Reasoning Together about Medicine, Science, Society, and the State. (/isis/citation/CBB108849167/) unapi

Book Philip Ball (2022)
The Book of Minds: How to Understand Ourselves and Other Beings, from Animals to AI to Aliens. (/isis/citation/CBB637451662/) unapi

Article Natassia F. Brenman; Richard Milne (May 2022)
“Ready for What?”: Timing and Speculation in Alzheimer’s Disease Drug Development. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 597-622). (/isis/citation/CBB016946522/) unapi

Article Natan Elgabsi (April 2022)
The ‘ethic of knowledge’ and responsible science: Responses to genetically motivated racism. Social Studies of Science (pp. 303-323). (/isis/citation/CBB230115895/) unapi

Article Alex Beattie (March 2022)
From Poacher to Protector of Attention: The Therapeutic Turn of Persuasive Technology and Ethics of a Smartphone Habit-breaking Application. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 337-359). (/isis/citation/CBB825208531/) unapi

Book Ivo De Gennaro (2022)
Vincoli etici. Tra metafisica, scienza e arte. (/isis/citation/CBB634997062/) unapi

Book Benjamin J. B. Lipscomb (2021)
The Women Are Up to Something: How Elizabeth Anscombe, Philippa Foot, Mary Midgley, and Iris Murdoch Revolutionized Ethics. (/isis/citation/CBB579952370/) unapi

Article Khafiz Kerimov (2021)
Καθάπερ ἄνθρωπος φρόνιμος: Prudence in Aristotle’s Ethics and Biology. Apeiron (pp. 519-543). (/isis/citation/CBB109022079/) unapi

Book Susan James (2021)
Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy. (/isis/citation/CBB596785213/) unapi

Article Mikko Lagerspetz (March 2021)
“The Grievance Studies Affair” Project: Reconstructing and Assessing the Experimental Design. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 402-424). (/isis/citation/CBB538391440/) unapi

Article J. Baird Callicott (2021)
The Land Ethic and the Earth Ethic(s). Ethics, Place and Environment (pp. 27-43). (/isis/citation/CBB388880977/) unapi

Article Sebastian Ureta (January 2021)
Ruination Science: Producing Knowledge from a Toxic World. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 29-52). (/isis/citation/CBB500426002/) unapi

Article Seth C. Rasmussen (2021)
Giving Credit Where It's Due - The Complicated Practice of Scientific Authorship. Substantia: An International Journal of the History of Chemistry (pp. 5-7). (/isis/citation/CBB109849552/) unapi

Book José Galindo (2021)
Ethnic Entrepreneurs, Crony Capitalism, and the Making of the Franco-Mexican Elite. (/isis/citation/CBB547292438/) unapi

Article Karl Frederick Wilms; Dominik Gross (2020)
Blind in the Right Eye? The Practice of Awarding Honorary Memberships by German and Austrian Dental Societies (1949–1993) to Nazi Dentists: A Study on the Role of National Socialism in Post-War Dentistry. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100751). (/isis/citation/CBB946868762/) unapi

Article Tarquin Holmes; Carrie Friese (2020)
Making the Anaesthetised Animal into a Boundary Object: An Analysis of the 1875 Royal Commission on Vivisection. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 50). (/isis/citation/CBB174441189/) unapi

Article Lyle Fearnley (September 2020)
Viral Sovereignty or Sequence Etiquette? Asian Science, Open Data, and Knowledge Control in Global Virus Surveillance. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 479-505). (/isis/citation/CBB925083175/) unapi

Book James L. Nolan Jr (2020)
Atomic Doctors: Conscience and Complicity at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age. (/isis/citation/CBB336037534/) unapi

Article Anja Bauer; Alexander Bogner (2020)
Let’s (not) talk about synthetic biology: Framing an emerging technology in public and stakeholder dialogues. Public Understanding of Science (pp. 492-507). (/isis/citation/CBB333309152/) unapi

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