Role or Position
Bennett Foddy is Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow of the Programme on the Ethics of the New Biosciences, The Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford
Bennett studied for his doctorate at the Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne, with funding from the Australian Stem Cell Centre. He then held the Harold T. Shapiro postdoctoral fellowship in bioethics at Princeton University from 2007 to 2010.
Bennett is currently developing an introductory book on Neuroethics and completing another manuscript on the responsibility of drug addicts. Bennett Foddy is the author of various articles on topics in neuroethics and the ethics of human enhancement, recently including "A Duty To Deceive: Placebos in Clinical Practice" in American Journal of Bioethics, "Addicted to Food, Hungry for Drugs" in Neuroethics, “A Liberal Account of Addiction”, in Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology with Julian Savulescu, and "Time to Reevaluate Gender Selection in Athletics?", forthcoming in British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Further Researcher in: Free Will, Moral Responsibility and Addiction.
1. Foddy, B. (forthcoming), 'Addiction and its Sciences - Philosophy,' Addiction.
2. Foddy, B., Savulescu, J. (forthcoming), 'Time to Reevaluate Gender Segregation in Sport,' British Journal of Sports Medicine.
3. Foddy, B,, Savulescu, J. (2010), 'A Liberal Account of Addiction.' Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, 17 (1): 1-22.
4. Foddy, B. (2010), 'Addicted to Food, Hungry for Drugs,' Neuroethics, 3 (2): online.
5. Foddy, B., Savulescu, J. (2009), 'Relating Addiction to Disease, Disability, Autonomy and the Good Life,' Philosophy, Psychology and Psychiatry, 16 (4): 35-42.