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  • Past Theses | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    problems Previous theses have considered such questions as the just distribution of health care our obligations to future generations the role of moral values in education the moral implications of genetic engineering and the relationship between gender inequality and the structures of work and family Filter Results by Topic Any Biology Communication Earth Sciences Economics Education Healthcare History International Relations Law Philosophy Political Science Public Policy Topic Scholar Advisor Major Year Title Economics Grier Roddy Daniel Fried Barbara Economics Philosophy and Religious Studies 2006 An Ethical Argument for the Replacement of the Social Security Spouse Benefit with Earning Sharing Political Science Gustafson Emily Reich Rob Political Science 2006 A Right to Access Public Place Political Science Jefferson Kwesi Reich Rob Political Science 2006 Personal Autonomy as a Goal of Formative Experience Political Science Peltason Emily Reich Rob Political Science 2006 A Philosophical Defense of Charter Schools Political Science Roesch Aaron Satz Debra Philosophy Political Science 2006 The Ethics of Foreign Aid Philosophy Smith Matt Satz Debra Philosophy 2006 Religion and Democracy Public Reason in the Gay Marriage Debate Philosophy Albanese Michael Pencavel John Philosophy 2005 Ethics of a Skill Based Immigration Policy for the United States Philosophy Bell Kristen Schapiro Tamar History 2005 Forgiveness and Retribution An Eye Only for an Unforgiving Eye Public Policy Blak Jasmine Callan Eamonn Human Biology 2005 Differentiated Citizenship in US Territories Biology Forest Adam Callan Eamonn Psychology 2005 The Far Corner of Discrimination Transgender Exclusions and the Health Insurance Industry Biology Hart Katherine Jaworska Agnieszka Biology 2005 Possibility of Fetal Rights and of Applying Medical Standards of Personhood to Pre Natal Humans International Relations Rich Jed Eisen Arnold International Relations 2005 Ethics of Targeted Killing Biology Varma Sumeeta Jaworska Agnieszka Biological Sciences 2005 First Person vs Family Consent to Organ Donation Biology Barnard Cathy

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  • Past Theses | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    of health care our obligations to future generations the role of moral values in education the moral implications of genetic engineering and the relationship between gender inequality and the structures of work and family Filter Results by Topic Any Biology Communication Earth Sciences Economics Education Healthcare History International Relations Law Philosophy Political Science Public Policy Topic Scholar Advisor Major Year Title Law Areinoff Michael Abrams Bill Philosophy 2004 Disordered Justice Mental Health and the Juvenile Justice System Economics Storelli Claudio Callan Eamonn Economics Philosophy 2003 An Economic and Ethical Argument in Favor of paid Adoption and Commercial Surrogacy Political Science Cuatto Emily Reich Rob Political Science 2003 Compulsulry Education and Liberal Legitimacy Philosophy Dagovitz Alan Eisen Arnold Philosophy Religious Studies 2003 Selfless Liberalism Saving Rawls for Religion Political Science Dannenbaum Tom Moravcsik Julius Philosophy Public Policy 2003 Is There Anything More to Western Criticism of Veiling in Islamic Societies Than Cultural Imperialism Public Policy Manichaikul Ani Jaworska Agnieszka Math 2003 Cultural Equality in Health Care Provision for Minority Communities Identifying Principles to Guide Health Care Delivery Economics Pai Eric Satz Debra Political Science Economics 2003 Disability Work and Equality Applying Democratic Equality to the Americans with Disabilties Act Biology Srinivasan Sudarsana Callan Eamonn Human Biology 2003 The Ethics and Efficacy of Banning Human Kidney Sales Political Science Yip Jennifer Okin Susan Political Science 2002 Servility and Self Respect Reconsidered A Case Study of Filipina Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong Political Science Lopez Marianna Stacey Reich Rob Political Science 2002 Assessing the Virtue of Vouchers in American Education Public Policy Bhandary Asha Leena Satz Debra Comparative Literature 2002 American Loyalties The Case for a New Oath of Allegiance Political Science Federico Pablo Reich Rob Political Science 2002 Moral Education A Child Centered Approach Public Policy Howard Dana English 2002 Child versus

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  • Past Theses | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    and family Filter Results by Topic Any Biology Communication Earth Sciences Economics Education Healthcare History International Relations Law Philosophy Political Science Public Policy Topic Scholar Advisor Major Year Title Political Science Cromwell Jennifer Reich Rob Geology Environmental Science 2000 A Struggle Between what is Power and What is Fair Compensatory Justice and Global Warming Economics Bhargava Shalini Satz Debra Economics 2000 Well being Agency and the Quality of Life A Senian Approach to Environmental Justice Biology Wood Anne Reich Rob Human Biology 2000 The Ethics of Parental Control An Inquiry into Homeschooling Biology Shah Seema Jaworska Agnieszka Human Biology 2000 Unclaimed Infants An Analysis of the Acceptance of Parental Responsibility in Surrogate Motherhood Philosophy Jones Christopher Reich Rob Philosophy 2000 Pragmatic Contracts Questioning the Social Usefulness of Contractarian Moral Theory Healthcare Bae Richard Green Michael Human Biology 1999 Breaking Down Trust Managed Care s Effect on the Patient Physician Relationship Public Policy Sinha Amit Gruen Lori Biology 1999 The Ethics of Rationing Health Care A Re Examination of Medicaid Distribution within the United States Health Care System Political Science Woods Emily Okin Susan Political Science 1999 The Limits of Responsibility and the Inadequacy of Desert A Philosophical Quest for Justice in Health Care Healthcare Yegnashankaran Kritika Godfrey Smith Peter Philosophy 1999 Attempting to Undermine the Gene s Central Role in Evolution Does Developmental Systems Theory Succeed Philosophy Yegnashankaran Kritika Godfrey Smith Peter Philosophy 1999 Attempting to Undermine the Gene s Central Role in Evolution Does Developmental Systems Theory Succeed Philosophy Yegnashankaran Kritika Godfrey Smith Peter Philosophy 1999 Attempting to Undermine the Gene s Central Role in Evolution Does Developmental Systems Theory Succeed Public Policy Beerbohm Eric Tunick Mark Philosophy Political Science 1998 Welfare Justice A Rawlsian Response to the Personal Responsibility Act of 1996 Healthcare Graham James B Biology 1998

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  • Past Theses | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    that use moral and political philosophy to address practical problems Previous theses have considered such questions as the just distribution of health care our obligations to future generations the role of moral values in education the moral implications of genetic engineering and the relationship between gender inequality and the structures of work and family Filter Results by Topic Any Biology Communication Earth Sciences Economics Education Healthcare History International Relations Law Philosophy Political Science Public Policy Topic Scholar Advisor Major Year Title Healthcare Lew Robyn M Cohon Rachel Biological Sciences 1997 Distribution of Costs In a National Health Insurance System Should Some People Pay More for Their Health Insurance Healthcare Brown Jonathan Satz Debra Biology 1997 Genetic Manipulation in Humans as a Matter of Justice Law Dau Birgitt Okin Susan Biology 1997 Exceeding Moral Bounds China s One Child Policy Communication Krueger Colleen Okin Susan American Studies 1996 Computers in the Classroom American Educational Policy in the Boardroom An examination of the Ethical Role of High Technology Companies and their Grant Programs in the National Cyber Classroom Healthcare Parang Touraj Cohon Rachel Philosophy Economics 1996 Autonomy Ulysses Contracts and Dementia Respecting the Autonomy of Dementia Patients Law Prince Edward Satz Debra Philosophy 1996 Why Vote Using Principles to Solve the Paradox of the Irrational Voter Healthcare Zemans Rachel Biological Sciences 1995 Free Will Genetic Determinism Healthcare Nicon Athena Young Ernie Human Biology 1995 The Ethics of Human Genomic Interventions Law I Fu De La Garza Christopher Li de Marneffe Peter Human Biology 1995 Public participation and Planning Citizens as Creators of their Urban Environments Law Kaiser Ploudre Jonathan Cohon Rachel Biological Sciences 1995 Women in Early Trials Maddow Rachel Public Policy 1994 Identifiable Lives AIDS and the Response to Dehumanization Biology Friedland Michelle Okin Susan Biology 1994 Schedule People and the

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  • I have more specific questions, who can I talk to? | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    a Summer Fellowship Graduate Ethics Research Ethics Course Summer 2014 Graduate Student Fellowships Dirty Leviathan Retreat Postdoc Fellows Fellowships Application Process FAQs Fellowship Experience Research Equality of Opportunity and Education Working Papers Beyond the Farm Hope House Scholars Program The Tutoring Experience 10th Anniversary Past Courses Community Outreach You are here Home I have more specific questions who can I talk to I have more specific questions who can I

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  • Will the Program provide a faculty thesis advisor for each student? | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    Wesson Lectures Special Events Past Events Videos Conferences Workshops Undergraduate Ethics Undergraduate Honors Program Application and Requirements Past Theses FAQs Minor Program Awards Fulfill Stanford Ethical Reasoning Requirement EthicSoc Courses Summer Fellowships Human Rights Fellowships FAQs Sample Human Rights Fellowships Apply for a Summer Fellowship Graduate Ethics Research Ethics Course Summer 2014 Graduate Student Fellowships Dirty Leviathan Retreat Postdoc Fellows Fellowships Application Process FAQs Fellowship Experience Research Equality of Opportunity and Education Working Papers Beyond the Farm Hope House Scholars Program The Tutoring Experience 10th Anniversary Past Courses Community Outreach You are here Home Will the Program provide a faculty thesis advisor for each student Will the Program provide a faculty thesis advisor for each student Will the Program provide a faculty thesis advisor for each student Will the Program provide a faculty thesis advisor for each student No We assign a postdoc advisor to each student but our students are responsible for finding their own faculty advisor although we can help in that process We encourage you to make an effort to get to know your professors go to their office hours because they are great potential thesis advisors Top of Page Bowen H McCoy Family Center for Ethics

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  • Can I apply to the Program before completing the required core courses? | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    Workshops Undergraduate Ethics Undergraduate Honors Program Application and Requirements Past Theses FAQs Minor Program Awards Fulfill Stanford Ethical Reasoning Requirement EthicSoc Courses Summer Fellowships Human Rights Fellowships FAQs Sample Human Rights Fellowships Apply for a Summer Fellowship Graduate Ethics Research Ethics Course Summer 2014 Graduate Student Fellowships Dirty Leviathan Retreat Postdoc Fellows Fellowships Application Process FAQs Fellowship Experience Research Equality of Opportunity and Education Working Papers Beyond the Farm Hope House Scholars Program The Tutoring Experience 10th Anniversary Past Courses Community Outreach You are here Home Can I apply to the Program before completing the required core courses Can I apply to the Program before completing the required core courses Can I apply to the Program before completing the required core courses Can I apply to the Program before completing the required core courses Yes however you must complete the required courses before the start of your senior year Ideally you should complete the courses before you take the seminar course in the winter quarter of your junior year You may apply to the Program as a freshman or sophomore and be accepted on a provisional basis until you complete the required courses with a B or higher Top of

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  • Do I have to be a Philosophy major or take a lot of Philosophy courses to write a good thesis in the Program? | Stanford Center for Ethics in Society
    Application and Requirements Past Theses FAQs Minor Program Awards Fulfill Stanford Ethical Reasoning Requirement EthicSoc Courses Summer Fellowships Human Rights Fellowships FAQs Sample Human Rights Fellowships Apply for a Summer Fellowship Graduate Ethics Research Ethics Course Summer 2014 Graduate Student Fellowships Dirty Leviathan Retreat Postdoc Fellows Fellowships Application Process FAQs Fellowship Experience Research Equality of Opportunity and Education Working Papers Beyond the Farm Hope House Scholars Program The Tutoring Experience 10th Anniversary Past Courses Community Outreach You are here Home Do I have to be a Philosophy major or take a lot of Philosophy courses to write a good thesis in the Program Do I have to be a Philosophy major or take a lot of Philosophy courses to write a good thesis in the Program Do I have to be a Philosophy major or take a lot of Philosophy courses to write a good thesis in the Program Do I have to be a Philosophy major or take a lot of Philosophy courses to write a good thesis in the Program No Doing well in the core required courses Justice and Introduction to Moral Philosophy or Ethical Theory is sufficient for our students to complete a well written thesis

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