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Robert Streiffer

Title: Associate Professor, Bioethics and Philosophy

Interests: Abstract ethical theory, political philosophy; ethical and political issues
 related to agricultural biotechnology.

Email:rstreiffer@wisc.edu
Phone:(608) 262-7490
Fax:(608) 265-0486

Office:Room 1411, Medical Sciences Center

Affiliations: The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

Curriculum Vitae

Robert Streiffer's C.V.

Education

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Philosophy, 1999

B.A., Reed College, Philosophy, 1993

Books

"Moral Relativism and Reasons for Action" book cover image Robert Streiffer, Moral Relativism and Reasons for Action (Routledge, 2003).

Book Sections

"Labeling Genetically Modified Food:The Philosophical and Legal Debate" book cover image "Genetically Engineered Animals and the Ethics of Food Labeling" section in Paul Weirich, ed., Labeling Genetically Modified Food:The Philosophical and Legal Debate (Oxford University Press, 2008).

Articles

Robert Streiffer, "Informed Consent and Federal Funding for Stem Cell Research," Hastings Center Report 38:3 (2008), 40-47.

Robert Streiffer, "Wittgenstein on the General Form of a Proposition," Analysis and Metaphysics 6 (2007), 468-472.

Streiffer, Robert, Alan Rubel, and Julie Fagan, "Wittgenstein on the General Form of a Proposition," The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 31 (2006), 417-439.

Courses taught

MHB 558: Ethical Problems Raised by Biomedical Technology (Syllabus)
MHB 559: Philosophical/Ethical Perspectives on Human Well Being/ Environment (Syllabus)
MHB 559: Animal Bioethics (Syllabus)
MHB 565: The Ethics of Modern Biotechnology (Syllabus)
MHB 999: Research Ethics (Syllabus)

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