I am a professor of ethics and occasional philosopher at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
I've been busy over the past almost thirty years exploring the ethical implications of technological change, and the ways in which genetic and cybernetic technologies may alter us. The lovely city of Wellington, New Zealand - where the people are friendly and the coffee is good - serves as the backdrop for my thinking.
The world has a desperate need for more utilitarianism. But sometimes utilitarian philosophers seem keener on shit-stirring then moral improvement.
A piece published on CNN discussing our exaggerated expectations of Covid-19 vaccines. Co-written with Stuart Whatley
Why do kiwi diabetics miss out on half the fun tech enjoyed by diabetics from Australia and the
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