Selected Presentations

 Invited

April 2017: “Drugs That Make You Feel Bad’? Remorse-Based Mitigation and Neurointerventions”, Swansea University, Neurointerventions in Crime Prevention Symposium.

August 2016: “Living a Life of One’s Own – The Nature and Significance of Personal Autonomy in Contemporary Bioethics’, Tokyo University.

December 2015: “Is It Worse To Compel Than To Coerce?”, Applied Ethics Workshop, University of Bucharest

October 2015: “Justifications for Non-Consensual Medical Intervention: From Infectious Disease Control to Criminal Rehabilitation” – St. Cross Seminars, University of Oxford (podcast here)

June 2014: “Autonomy in Bioethics – Lessons from theory, Lessons from Practice” – Bled Philosophical Conference: Ethical Issues.

October 2013:“Coercion, Autonomy and Neuro-Interventions” at Roskilde-Oxford workshop in neuroethics and criminal justice ethics.

May 2013:”Enhancing Autonomy Through The Use of Cognitive Enhancements” at “Enhancement: Cognitive, Mood and Moral” conference, University of Belgrade.

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Peer-Reviewed

July 2016: “Moral Bio-Enhancement, Freedom, And The Parity Principle” at Moral Technologies Conference, Ascona.

June 2016: “Is It Worse To Compel Than To Coerce?” at International Association of Bioethics, Edinburgh.

Jan 2016: “Justifications for Non-Consensual Medical Intervention: From Infectious Disease Control to Criminal Rehabilitation” – Neurolaw Conference, University of Oxford.

June 2015: “Neurointerventions and Remorse” at VI Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy, 8-9 June 2015, University of Minho

August 2014: “Cognitive Enhancement: Two Dimensions of Autonomy” at “COGNITIVE ENHANCEMENT: Moral, Legal and Scientific Challenges” at Delft University of Technology

June 2013: “Ravines and Sugar Pills – Defending Deceptive Placebo Use” at “International Applied Ethics Conference”, University of Zagreb.

Panel Member

Jan 2016: “Genetic Enhancement” – Neurolaw Conference, University of Oxford.

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