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Oxford University, July 2012, 
Neuroethics

NYU, Center for Bioethics, March 2011, Value 

University of Notre Dame, Nov 1-3, 2009  Value  

University of Toronto, Nov 21-24, 2009, Darwin 

   

                    

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Welcome to my philosophy webpage! 

I am Jason Marsh, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, at St. Olaf College (about 40 miles south of Minneapolis, USA). You can visit my departmental page here.  My research is in applied ethics (esp.  procreative ethics, a sub field of bioethics) normative ethics, and moral epistemology. I also do work in science and ethics (eps. the intersection between psychology and value theory) and philosophy of religion (esp. cognitive science of religion, the problem of evil, divine hiddenness). I have had papers published in such journals as Bioethics, The Monist, and Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 

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Latest Updates

I recently completed my PhD from the University of Western Ontario here

Older Updates

I just found out that I'll be presenting a dissertation chapter at the Valuing Lives Conference at NYU this spring  here http://bioethics.as.nyu.edu/docs/IO/16354/Marsh-PossiblePersonsAbstract.pdf

I have recently been selected to be part of a major research project (£ 1.9 million) on the cognitive science of religion at the Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, at the University of Oxford. My project is entitled 'When are cognitive science explanations debunking explanations?' and is further explained in my Oxford project tab, at the top left. http://www.icea.ox.ac.uk/labs/projects/cognition-religion-and-theology/about-us/

I'm also on board a project called 'Let conscience be their guide?: Conscientious Refusals in Reproductive Healthcare (2010-2013), supported by the Canadian Institute of Health (CHIR). here

    
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