Pharmaceutical Freedom: Why We Need it Now (more than ever)

Pharmaceutical Freedom: Why We Need it Now (more than ever)

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About the Speaker

Jessica Flanigan

Jessica Flanigan is the Richard L Morrill Chair of Ethics and Democratic Values at the University of Richmond, where she teaches Leadership Ethics, Ethical Decision-Making in Healthcare, and Critical Thinking. Her research addresses the ethics of public policy, medicine, and business. In Pharmaceutical Freedom (OUP 2017) she defends rights of self-medication. In Debating Sex Work (OUP forthcoming) she defends the decriminalization of sex work. Flanigan has also published in journals such as Philosophical Studies, The Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership, The Journal of Moral Philosophy, and the Journal of Political Philosophy. She is currently writing a book about the ethics of pregnancy and a book about language and ethics. She is also a proponent of Effective Altruism.

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