The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics is the world's leading proponent for practical ethics in personal and professional life. In dialogue with Silicon Valley and global society, the Center conducts research and inquiry into important ethical questions, and provides useful resources to promote ethics in everyday life and equip individuals and institutions to act with integrity.

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Submissions from 2016

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A Response to Noreen Herzfeld: Metaphysics, Death, and the Future, Brian Green

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Emerging Technologies, Catastrophic Risk, and Ethics: Three Strategies for Reducing Risk, Brian Green

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Metaphysics, Theology, and Ethics: A Response to Deacon and Cashman’s “Steps to a Metaphysics of Incompleteness, Brian Green

Submissions from 2015

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Ethics and Pope Francis’s Encyclical Letter Laudato Si: A Teaching Module, David DeCosse and Brian Patrick Green

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Transhumanism and Roman Catholicism: Imagined and Real Tensions, Brian Green

Submissions from 2014

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Are science, technology, and engineering now the most important subjects for ethics? Our need to respond, Brian Green

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Catholic Thomistic Natural Law and Terrence Deacon’s Incomplete Nature: A Match Made in Heaven?, Brian Green

Ethical Approaches to Astrobiology and Space Exploration: Comparing Kant, Mill, and Aristotle, Brian Green

Submissions from 2013

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Catholicism and Conscience, Brian Green

Submissions from 2012

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Teleology and Theology: The Cognitive Science of Teleology and the Aristotelian Virtues of Techne and Wisdom, Brian Green

Submissions from 2000

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Implications of the Distribution of Albumin Naskapi and Albumin Mexico for New World Prehistory, David Patrick Glenn Smith, Joseph Lorenz, Becky Rolfs, Robert Bettinger, Brian Green, Jason Eshleman, Beth Schultz, and Ripan Malhi