Anja Karnein, Ph.D.
Anja Karnein, Ph.D.

Publications

Monograph

A Theory of Unborn Life. From Abortion to Genetic Manipulation, New York: Oxford University Press 2012.

German translation:

Zukünftige Personen. Eine Theorie des ungeborenen Lebens von der künstlichen Befruchtung bis zur genetischen Manipulation, Berlin: Suhrkamp 2013.

Articles

 

“Noncompliers’ Duties,” Climate Justice: Economics and Philosophy, ed. by Ravi Kanbur and Henry Shue, Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming)

 

“Can we Represent Future Generations?” Institutions for Future Generations, ed. by Axel Gosseries and Iñigo Gonzalez, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2017, 83-97 

 

“Asking Beneficiaries to Pay for Past Pollution,” Climate Justice and Historical Emissions, ed. by Lukas Meyer and Pranay Sanklecha, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2017, 107-122

 

“Regulating Reproductive Donation in the Context of Global and Environmental Justice” (with Mattias Iser), Regulating Reproductive Donation, ed. by Susan Golombok et al., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2016, 84-104

 

 “Climate Change and Justice between Nonoverlapping Future Generations,” Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric 2015, 8 (2): 43-65

 

“Saving the Planet by Empowering the Young?” (with Dominic Roser), Youth Quotas and other Efficient Forms of Youth Participation in Ageing Societies, ed. by Jörg Tremmel et al., Stuttgart: Springer 2015, 77-92

 

“Putting Fairness in Its Place: Why There is a Duty to Take Up the Slack,” 
The Journal of Philosophy CXI: 11 (November 2014), 593-607

 

“On the Moral Importance of Genetic Ties in Families” (with John Appleby), Relatedness in Assisted Reproduction: Families, Origins and Identities, ed. by Tabitha Freeman et al., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2014, 79-96

 

“Parenthood—Whose Right is It Anyway?” Reproductive Donation, ed. by Martin Richards, Guido Pennings and John Appleby, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2012, pp. 51-69

 

„Gibt es ein universelles Recht auf Elternschaft?“, Demokratie und Gerechtigkeit in Verteilungskonflikten, ed. by Regina Kreide, Claudia Landwehr and Katrin Toens, Baden-Baden: Nomos 2012, 245-259

 

„Der Wert der Unabhängigkeit,“ Biopolitik im liberalen Staat, ed. by Clemens Kauffmann and Hans-Jörg Sigwart, Baden-Baden: Nomos 2011, 123-135

 

 

Review Essays

 

"Leaving the Ivory Tower? Climate Justice Between Theory and Practice,” [review essay of Dale Jamieson: Reason in a Dark Time, Darrel Moellendorf: The Moral Challenge of Dangerous Climate Change, and Henry Shue: Climate Justice], Political Theory (forthcoming, available online first)

 

“Das Wohl zukünftiger Generationen” [review essay of Jörg Tremmel, Eine Theorie der Generationengerechtigkeit], Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie (2013) 61:5-6, 837-840


Review Essay of Michael Sandel: A Case Against Perfection and Jürgen Habermas: The Future of Human Nature. On the Way to a Liberal Eugenics? Constellations (2009) 16:1, 206-209


“Warum dürfen wir unsere Kinder nicht Klonen? Habermas und seine Kritiker in der bioethischen Debatte,“ Forschung Frankfurt 2 (2009), 68-71

 

 

Anja Karnein, Ph.D.

Department of Philosophy

Binghamton University (SUNY)

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