Andrew Light's lecture titled, “The Pragmatic Achievement of the Paris Climate Agreement” is part of the University of Rochester Humanities Center Lecture Series and will describe the potential impact of the agreement and explain how negotiators in Paris overcame the core problem of distributive justice that made the process so difficult.
Jesse Kirkpatrick, assistant director of Mason's Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, appeared on WTTG-TV FOX-5's news segment, "What the Facts?" to discuss the ethical considerations behind autonomous vehicles.
On September 20, 2017, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued the long-awaited Federal Automated Vehicles Policy. Here are five things you should know.
Standard methods of assessing decision-making capacity may not be accessible to patients with communication impairments. The rules of assessment of decision- making capacity may therefore be reasonably modified in order to accommodate their needs.
Andrew Light, University Professor and director, Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, co-authors (with Gwynne Taraska) an op-ed piece on ThinkProgress about America's participation in the Paris climate agreement.