Ezio Di Nucci

Ezio Di Nucci

Professor with special responsibilities


  1. 2014
  2. Trolleys and Double Effect in Experimental Ethics

    Di Nucci, Ezio, Oct 2014, Experimental Ethics: Toward an Empirical Moral Philosophy. Lütge, C., Rusch, H. & Uhl, M. (eds.). London: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 80-93

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  3. A theoretical problem with double effect: Closeness

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 103-131 29 p.

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  4. An experimental approach to the distinction between intending and merely foreseeing

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 177-187 11 p.

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  5. Published

    An experimental approach to the permissibility of killing one to save five

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 90-102 13 p.

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  6. Back to the beginning: Aristotle, Aquinas and the origins of double effect

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 36-61 26 p.

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  7. Bioethical applications: The example of embryo loss and stem cell research

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 188-197 10 p.

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  8. Concluding remarks: Responsibility, character and Mends

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 208-231 24 p.

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  9. Definitions first: Classic formulations of the Doctrine

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. p. 15-35 21 p.

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  10. Published

    Ethics Without Intention PREFACE

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. IX

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  11. Introductory remarks: We never do just one thing

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 1-12 13 p.

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  12. Kamm, Kant and double effect

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 132-153 22 p.

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  13. The Trolley Problem

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 65-89 25 p.

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  14. Published

    The classic application of double effect: Collateral damages

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 157-176 20 p.

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  15. Published

    What shall i do? The Doctrine cannot tell us how we may permissibly act

    Di Nucci, Ezio, 2014, ETHICS WITHOUT INTENTION. 1 ed. Bloomsbury Academic, p. 198-207 10 p.

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  16. Published

    Who’s Afraid of Robots? Fear of Automation and the Ideal of Direct Control

    Di Nucci, Ezio & Santoni de Sio, F., 2014, Roboethics in Film. Battaglia, F. & Weidenfeld, N. (eds.). Pisa: Pisa University Press, p. 127-144 18 p.

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