“Against the Biological Account of Special Moral Obligation”

Jake Monaghan, a graduate student at the University of Buffalo, discusses his project “Against the Biological Account of Special Moral Obligation” in a What’s Wrong? interview at the Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, Friday, August 7, 2015.  Monaghan’s rejection of the claim that purely biological connections generate special moral obligations has important implications for a number of issues in applied normative philosophy, especially in bioethics.

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