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  1. Philosophers in Research Ethics Committees—What Do They Think They’Re Doing? An Empirical-Ethical Analysis.Charlotte Gauckler - 2021 - Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 24 (4):609-619.
    Research ethics committees in Germany usually don’t have philosophers as members and if so, only contingently, not provided for by statute. This is interesting from a philosophical perspective, assuming that ethics is a discipline of philosophy. It prompts the question what role philosophers play in those committees they can be found in. Eight qualitative semi-structured interviews were conducted to explore the self-perception of philosophers regarding their contribution to research ethics committees. The results show that the participants generally don’t view themselves (...)
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