Dr Terry Kee
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CHEM2200 – Reading List
The following should be read before the lecture each week. Allow at least one hour per reading to ensure that you properly understand it. If you are having any difficulties with the readings, email Kevin (K.N.J.Macnish@Leeds.ac.uk).
Week 14: No reading
Week 15: Peter Singer, Practical Ethics, second edition, chapter 3.
Week 16: Jonathan Wolff, Five Types of Risky Situation, Law, Innovation and Technology, 2(2), 2010, 151-163
Week 17: Garret Hardin, Tragedy of the Commons, Science 162(3859), pp. 1243-1248, 1968
Week 18: Lawlor, R, Delaying Obsolescence, Science and Engineering Ethics, 21(2), 2014
Week 19: no reading
Week 20: Ben Goldacre on TED
Goldacre on Tamiflu
Goldacre on drug trials
Goldacre on statins
Goldacre on doctors’ interests
Week 21: Savulescu and Foddy, A Moral Argument against the War on Drugs (2012), Practical Ethics Blog, University of Oxford AND Dworkin, Is More Choice Better than Less? Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 7(2), 1982
Week 22: Hettinger Justifying Intellectual Property, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 18.
Week 23: Kitcher, Science, Truth and Democracy, Chapter 7, “The Myth of Purity”
Week 24: No reading
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This list was last updated on 01/02/2016