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    • Authenticity and Enhancement 

      Gee, Catherine (University of Waterloo, 2016-10-31)
      Wanting to change ourselves is nothing new; the means with which we are able to do so are. With our ever-advancing technology, the physical and mental aspects of ourselves that we can target and change are continually ...
    • Controlling Cyberwarfare: International Laws of Armed Conflict and Human Rights in the Cyber Realm 

      Jordan, W. Jim (University of Waterloo, 2021-06-04)
      Cyberwarfare, military activities in cyberspace conducted by a state against another state and intended to disrupt or destroy computing or communica­tion systems or data, is a recent addition to the warfaring arsenal. The ...
    • A Defense of the Public Health-Quarantine Model of Punishment in Light of Obligations of the State to the Wrongdoer 

      Bohner, Eric Nicholas (University of Waterloo, 2017-02-22)
      Punishment is traditionally justified retributively or consequentially; that is, with respect to the desert of the wrongdoer or the positive consequences of the punishment. State-sanctioned punishment (the kind of punishment ...
    • Ethical Leadership for Machiavellians in Business 

      Lam, Vanessa (University of Waterloo, 2016-10-13)
      Despite some progress in instilling ethics into business practice, businesses continue to make decisions that result in incredible harms to people and the environment around the world. Academics, the public, and the media ...
    • Mature Minor Eligibility for Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD): An Ethical Analysis 

      Morrison, Kathryn (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-24)
      Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) was legalized in Canada on June 17, 2016, following a landmark Supreme Court of Canada decision, Carter v. Canada (2015). Currently, the law controversially denies three groups access to ...
    • Supporting Palliative Care in a Post-Carter World 

      O'Donnell, Caitlin (University of Waterloo, 2020-12-15)
      Traditionally, most Palliative Care physicians have adhered to the World Health Organization’s definition of Palliative Care, according to which it “intends neither to hasten nor postpone death.” The 2016 legalization of ...
    • Utilitarian Cops: Jeremy Bentham and The Rise of Modern Policing 

      Cote, Gregory (University of Waterloo, 2021-10-29)
      It is widely accepted that modern policing first came into existence with a bill passed in 1829, establishing the Metropolitan London Police under British Home Secretary Sir Robert Peel. It is Peel after all, who has been ...


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