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Ethics and HumanityThemes from the Philosophy of Jonathan Glover$

N. Ann Davis, Richard Keshen, and Jeff McMahan

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780195325195

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195325195.001.0001

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(p.283) Selected Writings of Jonathan Glover

(p.283) Selected Writings of Jonathan Glover

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Ethics and Humanity
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Oxford University Press

Books

Responsibility (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1970)

Causing Death and Saving Lives (Penguin, 1977)

What Sort of People Should There Be? (Penguin, 1984)

I, The Philosophy and Psychology of Personal Identity (Allen Lane, 1988)

Humanity, A Moral History of the Twentieth Century (Jonathan Cape, 1999; Yale University Press, 2000)

Choosing Children: Genes, Disability and Design (The Uehiro Lectures, Oxford, 2004; Oxford University Press, 2006)

(With others): Fertility and the Family (A Report to the European Commission, Fourth Estate, 1989), published in the U.S as Ethical Implications of the New Technologies of Reproduction (University of Northern Illinois Press, 1989)

(Edited): Philosophy of Mind (Oxford University Press, 1976)

(Edited): Utilitarianism and its Critics (Macmillan USA, 1990)

(Jointly edited, with Martha Nussbaum): Women, Culture and Development, WIDER series in Development Economics (Oxford University Press, 1995)

Selected Articles

Freud, Morality and Responsibility, in Jonathan Miller (ed.): Freud, 1973.

It Makes No Difference Whether Or Not I Do It, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1976.

The Problem of Abortion, New York Review of Books, 1985.

State Terrorism, in R. G. Frey and Christopher W. Morris (eds.): Violence, Terrorism and Justice, 1991.

Ethical Relativism, in Zeit und Warheit, Proceedings of the European Forum (Alpbach, 1995.)

The Implications for Responsibility of Possible Genetic Factors in the Explanation of Violence, in Genetics of Criminal and Anti-Social Behaviour, CIBA.

Foundation Symposium 1994, 1995.

Eugenics: Some Lessons from the Nazi Experience, in John Harris and Soren Holm (eds.): The Future of Human Reproduction, Choice and Regulation (Oxford, 1998.)

Eugenics and Human Rights, in Justine Burley (ed.): The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights (The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1988, Oxford, 1999.)

(p.284) Ethical Lessons from Twentieth Century Atrocities, in Simone Bateman (ed.): Responsabilite Morale: Situations Extremes et Hommes Ordinaires (Cahiers du CERCES, Paris, 1999.)

Anna Karenina and Moral Philosophy, in Roger Crisp and Brad Hooker (eds.): Wellbeing and Morality, Essays presented to James Griffin (Oxford, 2000.)

Psychiatric Disorder and the Reactive Attitudes, Public Affairs Quarterly, Volume 15, No. 4, October 2001.

Are We Justified in Killing the Children of Iraq? The Guardian, February, 2003.

Towards Humanism in Psychiatry: Interpretation, Towards Humanism in Psychiatry: Identity, in Grethe B. Peterson (ed.): The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Volume 24, 2004.

Dialogue with Islam is the only way to end the cycle of violence, The Guardian, July 2005.

Socrates, Freud and Family Therapy, Journal of Family Therapy, Volume 27, No. 4, November 2005.

Should the Child Live? Doctors, Families and Conflict, Clinical Ethics, Volume 1, No. 1, March 2006.

Identity, Violence and the Power of Illusion, in Kaushik Basu and Ravi Kanbur: Arguments for a Better World, Essays in Honor of Amartya Sen, Volume II: Society, Institutions and Development, Oxford, 2009.