David Hershenov, Ph.D., is a professor of philosophy at the University at Buffalo and the co-director of the Romanell Center. His earlier research was focused upon issues at the intersection of personal identity and bioethics. His more recent research interests are in the philosophy of medicine.
Hershenov has been working for a very long time on a book about the Metaphysical Foundations of Bioethics. He is also finishing up a book co-authored with Rose Hershenov entitled Health, Harm, and Potential: A Philosophical Analysis of Abortion.
“Pathocentric Medicine and a Moderate Internal Morality of Medicine”, Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. Forthcoming
“Health, Interests, and Equality” with Rose Hershenov, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. Forthcoming
“Morally Relevant Potential” with Rose Hershenov. Journal of Medical Ethics, 2015. 41:3. 268-271.
“Death and Dignity.” Anscombe Forum: Human Dignity. Eds: John Mizzoni, Neumann University Press. 2016. pp. 93-116