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BenBronner

BenBronner

Ben Bronner

Ben Bronner is a Junior Faculty Fellow with the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics. He holds a PhD in philosopher from Rutgers University. His research focuses on issues in normative and applied ethics, especially in medical ethics and the ethics of war. 





PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Articles

2019

  'Lethal organ donation: Would the doctor intend the donor's death?' Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 44:4: 442-458. 

2018

    'A stronger Doctrine of Double Effect', with Simon Goldstein, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 96:4: 793-805. 

    'Two ways to kill a patient', Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 43:1: 44-63.

2016

    'The total artificial heart and the dilemma of deactivation', Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 26:4: 347-367.  

2015

    'Maps and absent symbols', Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 93:1: 43-59. 

    'Representationalism and the determinacy of visual content', Philosophical Psychology, 28:2: 227-239. 

2014

    'Burger's defense of perceptual content', with Todd Ganson and Alex Kerr, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 88:3: 556-573. 

2013

    'Assertions only?', Thought, 2.1: 44-52. 

    'Visual prominence and representationalism', with Todd Ganson, Philosophyical Studies, 164:2: 05-418. 

2012

    'Problems with the dispositional tracking theory of knowledge', Logos and Episteme, 3:3: 505-507.