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1 Alberto Giubilini, Ph.D. Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public
Alberto Giubilini, Ph.D. Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics Charles Sturt University 10-­‐‑12 Brisbane Avenue Barton, ACT Australia [email protected] AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION: Moral philosophy, Bioethics, Applied ethics, Moral psychology AREAS OF COMPETENCE: Political philosophy, philosophy of technology, philosophy of mind EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: -­‐‑ Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Bioethics and Moral Psychology, Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), Charles Sturt University, 2015-­‐‑2017 -­‐‑ Research Associate in Philosophy, Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University, 2013-­‐‑15 -­‐‑ Lecturer in Bioethics, University of Melbourne, 2014 -­‐‑ Teaching Associate, Centre for Human Bioethics, Monash University, 2012-­‐‑13. -­‐‑ Research Assistant, Centre for Human Bioethics, Monash University, 2012 -­‐‑ Academic career break: National administrator, Consulta di Bioetica, Italy, 2010-­‐‑11 EDUCATION: -­‐‑ Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Milan. Research Area: Moral Philosophy. Dissertation: Morals in the Time of Bioethics. Sense and Value of Autonomous Choice, 2010 -­‐‑ Ph.D. Visiting, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Philosophy, 2007-­‐‑2008 -­‐‑ Laurea Magistrale (5 year course equivalent to BA+MA) Philosophy (with honours: 110/110 cum laude), University of Milan. Area: Philosophy of Mind. Dissertation: Approaches to the Mind/Body Problem in the Contemporary Debate TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Monash University: Teaching Associate • Bioethics: current controversies, undergraduate course (2012, 2013); • The human body and the international marketplace, undergraduate course (2012, 2013); • Biotechnology, justice and the law, undergraduate course (2012 and 2013) University of Melbourne: Lecturer • Issues in Bioethics, postgraduate course (2014) 1
PUBLICATIONS BOOKS 2. The Ethics of Human Enhancement: Understanding the Debate, co-­‐‑edited with S.Clarke, J. Savulescu, T. Coady, and S. Sanyal, Oxford University Press: under contract (expected publication: 2016) 1. La morale al tempo della bioetica. Senso e valore dell’autonomia di scelta (Morals in the Time of Bioethics. Sense and Value of Autonomous Choice) Le Lettere, Florence 2011 JOURNAL GUEST EDITOR: Co-­‐‑editor (with J Savulescu) of a special issue of the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics on conscientious objection in healthcare, forthcoming in 2016 ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS (Unless otherwise stated, I am the lead author of co-­‐‑authored papers) 24. What in the world is moral disgust?, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming (accepted 28 Jun 2015) 23. Human enhancement: the moral challenge, in Clarke et al. The Ethics of Human Enhancement, Oxford University Press, forthcoming (with S. Sanyal, equal contr.) 22. Don’t mind the gap. Intuitions, emotions and reasons in the enhancement debate, Hastings Center Report, Early View 19 May 2015: 1-­‐‑9 21. Conscientious objection and medical tribunals, Journal of Medical Ethics, Early View 5 June 2015 [invited] 20. The ethics of human enhancement. Philosophy Compass, 10 (4) 2015: 233-­‐‑243 (with S. Sanyal) 19. Teaching and Learning Guide on the ethics of human enhancement, Philosophy Compass, 10 (6) 2015: 424-­‐‑426 18. Normality, health, and enhancement. What should bioconservatives say about the medicalization of love? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 24 (3) 2015: 347-­‐‑354 17. Stop wishing. Start doing. Motivation enhancement is already in use. AJOB – Neuroscience, 26 (1) 2015: 29-­‐‑31 (with S. Clarke) 2
16. Why and how to compensate living organ donors, Bioethics 29 (4) 2015: 283-­‐‑290 15. The paradox of conscientious objection and the anaemic concept of conscience. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 24 (2) 2014: 159-­‐‑185 14. Harms to vendors: we should discourage, not prohibit organ sales, The American Journal of Bioethics. 14 (10) 2014: 25-­‐‑27 13. Il dibattito sull’aborto post-­‐‑nascita: una sfida per il presente e il futuro (The after-­‐‑birth abortion debate: a challenge for the present and the future). Bioetica. Rivista Interdisciplinare, 21 (4) 2014: 687-­‐‑697 (with F. Minerva, equal contribution) 12. Clarifications on the moral status of newborns and the normative implications, Journal of Medical Ethics, 39 (5) 2013: 264-­‐‑265 (with F. Minerva, equal contribution) 11. After-­‐‑birth abortion. why should the baby live?, Journal of Medical Ethics, 39 (5) 2013: 261-­‐‑263 (with F.Minerva, equal contribution) 10. Reasons and freedom, Hastings Center Report, 43 (1) 2013: 4-­‐‑5, [invited] (with F. Minerva, equal contribution) 9. Euthanasia. What is the genuine problem?, International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 27 (1) 2013: 35-­‐‑46 8. Abortion and the argument from potential. What we owe to the ones who might exist, Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 37 (1) 2012: 49-­‐‑60 7. Defending after-­‐‑birth abortion, Monash Bioethics Review, 30 (2) 2012: 48-­‐‑60 (with F. Minerva, equal contribution) 6. Family without ethics (book chapter). In Rude-­‐‑Antoine, E. (ed.), Éthique et Famille, tome 1, Paris: L’Harmattan 2011: 57-­‐‑75 5. Verso il consenso informato inteso correttamente (Toward a Correct Understanding of Informed Consent), Bioetica. Rivista Interdisciplinare, 19 (1) 2011: 121-­‐‑127 4. A problem with Engelhardt’s concept of “neutrality”, Politeia, 97 (1) 2010: 40-­‐‑42 (published with a response by Hugo Tristram Engelhardt, Jr.) 3. Per una definizione del problema dell’eutanasia (For a Definition of the Problem of Euthanasia), Bioetica. Rivista interdisciplinare 18 (2) 2010: 334-­‐‑355 2. Il ruolo etico delle preferenze in bioetica (The Ethical Role of Preferences in Bioethics), Critica Marxista (6) 2008: 67-­‐‑76 3
1. Valori e ragioni. La morale ai tempi della bioetica (Values and Reasons. Morals in the Time of Bioethics), in Bioetica. Rivista interdisciplinare 15 (4) 2007: 82-­‐‑97 CONFERENCE-­‐‑WORKSHOP ORGANIZATION -­‐‑
23-­‐‑24 November 2015: Organizer of a conference on conscientious objection in healthcare (among the speakers: Jeff McMahan, Mark Wicclair, Walter Sinnott-­‐‑
Armstrong, Hugh LaFollette, Julian Savulescu), University of Oxford -­‐‑
3 July 2015: Co-­‐‑organizer of a conference on human enhancement (among the speakers: Julian Savulescu, Russell Powell, Tony Coady), University of Melbourne -­‐‑
20-­‐‑21 March 2014: Co-­‐‑organizer of the workshop “Enhancement: the moral challenge” (among the speakers: Julian Savulescu, Robert Sparrow, Suzanne Uniacke, Tony Coady), University of Melbourne GUEST LECTURES -­‐‑
2 lectures on organ sales and on human enhancement for the postgraduate course “Issue in Bioethics”, University of Melbourne (Apr 2015) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the “Professional Education” course, University of Turin. Lecture “Human Enhancement: What It Is and What Bioethical Problems It Raises”, University of Turin (10 December 2014) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the Law Master Course in Medical Ethics (Prof. Julian Savulescu), University of Melbourne, Lecture “Infant Euthanasia” (18 September 2014) -­‐‑
Series of 3 lectures on disability and human enhancement for the undergraduate course “Issues in Bioethics” (coordinated by Prof. Michael Selgelid), Monash University (27 March-­‐‑3 April 2014) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the MBBS (Medicine Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery) course. Lecture “Introduction to Ethics and Clinical Ethics”, Monash University (19 March 2014) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the Law Master Course in Medical Ethics (Prof. Julian Savulescu), University of Melbourne. Lecture “Infanticide and Euthanasia” (19 September 2013) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the undergraduate unit “Biotechnology, Justice and the Law” at Monash University. Lecture “Liberal Eugenics” (2 September 2013) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the Master Course “Issues in Bioethics” at the University of Melbourne. Lecture “The argument from potential” (15 April 2013) 4
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Lecturer for the Master in Bioethics at University of Rome-­‐‑ Sapienza, Lecture "ʺBirth and neonatal intensive care"ʺ (16 January 2013) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the undergraduate Bioethics Unit at University Vita-­‐‑Salute San Raffaele, Milan. Lecture "ʺAfter-­‐‑birth abortion: the current debate"ʺ (15 January 2013) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the Law Master Course in Medical Ethics (Prof Julian Savulescu), University of Melbourne. Lecture: “Euthanasia” (12 September 2012) -­‐‑
Lecturer for the Master Course in Bioethics (Prof Maurizio Mori), University of Turin. Lecture: “The moral status of early forms of human life (12 December 2012) PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS -­‐‑ Invited speaker at the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford, talk “Moral artificial intelligence and moral enhancement” (19 June 2014). -­‐‑
Selected speaker (paper accepted for presentation) at the workshop “Bioethics and Human Enhancement”, University of Granada, talk “Better than emotions. Moral enhancement and moral artificial intelligence” (16 – 17 June 2014) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference “ What Christians Should Say About Bioethics. A Dialogue with H.T. Engelhardt”, Organized by the Waldensian Protestant Church, Turin (12 June 2014) -­‐‑
Selected speaker (paper accepted for presentation), New Zealand Bioethics Conference, talk “The wisdom of reasoned repugnance. What battlefield for the enhancement debate?”, Otago University, Dunedin, NZ (25 January 2014) -­‐‑
Selected speaker (paper accepted for presentation), Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference, “The anemic concept of conscience”, University of Queensland, Brisbane (9 July 2013) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference "ʺReflection on procreation inspired by the publication of a paper by two Italian bioethicists in Australia"ʺ , CIRB (inter-­‐‑
university bioethics centre -­‐‑ Universities of Naples, Italy (17 January 2013) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference "ʺDoes it make sense to speak of after-­‐‑birth abortion?"ʺ, University of Bologna, Italy (15 January 2013) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference "ʺWhat is the moral relevance of birth in the times of neonatal intensive care?"ʺ, University of Turin, Italy (11 January 2013) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the “Festival of Dangerous Ideas”, talk on "ʺ The foetus is not a person"ʺ. Sydney Opera House, Sydney (30 September 2012) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference “Fecondazione assistita e diagnosi pre-­‐‑impianto” (“In Vitro Fertilization and Pre-­‐‑implantation diagnosis). Conference organised 5
by the Italian cultural institutions Politeia and Consulta di Bioetica, Milan (4 May 2011) -­‐‑
Selected speaker (paper accepted for presentation) at the conference “Ethics and the Family”. Presentation of my paper “Family Without Ethics”. International Conference organized by Foundation Ostad Elahi, Paris (18 March 2011) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference “Quanto costa la vita? Etica ed economia dell’assistenza sanitaria”, at Hospital ‘Le Molinette’; talk on “Problems of Micro-­‐‑Allocation of Medical Resources”. Conference organised by Consulta di Bioetica and City Hospital Le Molinette, Turin (15 December 2010) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the conference “Reflections on Secularism”, with H.T. Engelhardt, organised by the Italian cultural institution Politeia, Milan (4 February 2010) -­‐‑
PRESENTATIONS AT SEMINARS -­‐‑
Invited speaker at Monash University, talk “Enhancing equality” (22 May 2015) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at Royal Holloway, University of London, talk “Equality and Conservatism: making sense of the egalitarian approach to human enhancement”, (28 January 2015) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), University of Melbourne, talk “The artificial ideal observer” (3 September 2014) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the Department of Philosophy, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, talk “What is it to be rational in bioethics?” (15 May 2014) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), Charles Sturt University – Canberra, talk “The Wisdom of Reasoned Repugnance: re-­‐‑framing the enhancement debate” (16 November 2013) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at Jena University, Germany, talk "ʺAfter-­‐‑Birth Abortion"ʺ (7 January 2013) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Practical Ethics (CAPPE) Seminar, Charles Sturt University (Canberra ), talk “The role of physicians’ intention in assessing medical end of life decisions” (14 November 2012) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE) Seminar, University of Melbourne, talk “Redefining Euthanasia” (12 September 2012) -­‐‑
Invited speaker at the Philosophy Seminars at Canterbury University, Christchurch (NZ), talk “Redefining Euthanasia” (14 August 2012) 6
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Invited speaker on the topic “What is the Moral Problem with Euthanasia?”, within the series of St. Cross Special Ethics Seminars, St Cross College, University of Oxford (26 January 2012) REFEREE WORK: -­‐‑ Bioethics (2015) -­‐‑
Social Theory and Practice (2015) -­‐‑
Journal of Medical Ethics (2012, 2013) -­‐‑
Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy (2014) -­‐‑
BMC Medical Ethics (2014) -­‐‑
Monash Bioethics Review (2014) MEDIA (selection) -­‐‑ Media release “Make immunisation mandatory”, CSU News, http://news.csu.edu.au/latest-­‐‑news/health/make-­‐‑immunisation-­‐‑mandatory (15 Apr 2015) {Interviewed by ABC Radio Australia) -­‐‑ Media release “Medical ethicist: gene patents not so bad”, CSU News, http://news.csu.edu.au/latest-­‐‑news/health/medical-­‐‑ethicist-­‐‑gene-­‐‑patents-­‐‑not-­‐‑
so-­‐‑bad#.VCYdfyu-­‐‑o68 (23rd September 2014) -­‐‑ Interview for Medical Ethics Advisor on “Compensation for organ donors”, September 2014 issue. -­‐‑ Media release “CSU ethicist calls for opt-­‐‑out donation”, CSU News, http://news.csu.edu.au/latest-­‐‑news/health/csu-­‐‑ethicist-­‐‑calls-­‐‑for-­‐‑opt-­‐‑out-­‐‑
organ-­‐‑donation (24th February 2014) -­‐‑ Media release “Benefits in organ donor payment scheme”, CSU News, http://news.csu.edu.au/director/latestnews/religion_and_ethics.cfm?itemID=
FC52955B92C9F5828543CD3F20CB128C&printtemplate=release (12th April 2013) {interviewed by ABC Radio Australia) -­‐‑ Media release “The case for voluntary euthanasia”, CSU News, http://news.csu.edu.au/director/latestnews.cfm?itemID=746474E7072D764D2
47CD1A34BB8D1D5 {reported and discussed by the Australian medical magazine Australian Hospital Review} (6th May 2013) 7
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Media release “Evidence best vaccine against bias”, CSU News, http://news.csu.edu.au/director/latestnews.cfm?itemID=D454BE66045262F24
B159CBE04FBF315 (24th May 2013) RELEVANT NON-­‐‑ACADEMIC WORK: -­‐‑ National administrator of the Italian cultural organization Consulta di Bioetica. Duties included: organising cultural events; writing of report and contents for the website; writing of press releases; administering the budget of the Association; fund-­‐‑
raising. 2010-­‐‑2011 8

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