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17 grudnia 2020: Seminarium badawcze online - Vilius Dranseika (INCET UJ): Personal Identity, Direction of Change, and the Right to Withdraw from Research: A Cross-linguistic Replication of Tobia (2016)

17 grudnia 2020: Seminarium badawcze online - Vilius Dranseika (INCET UJ): Personal Identity, Direction of Change, and the Right to Withdraw from Research: A Cross-linguistic Replication of Tobia (2016)

Interdyscyplinarne Centrum Etyki UJ (INCET) zaprasza na seminarium badawcze w ramach projektu BIOUNCERTAINTY. Spotkanie odbędzie się w czwartek 17 grudnia o godzinie 17:30 na platformie MS Teams (link poniżej).

Abstrakt: In his 2016 Neuroethics article “Personal Identity, Direction of Change, and Neuroethics”, Kevin Tobia presents empirical data that suggest that (a) improvements of moral character are seen by study participants as more identity-preserving than similarly-sized deteriorations of moral character AND that (b) study participants are more willing to grant the right to withdraw from research to people who undergo an improvement rather than deterioration of their moral character. However, the study had an important limitation. Judgments of both (a) identity and (b) right to withdrawal were collected in conjunction, on a single scale: participants were asked to indicate on a 1–7 Likert scale whether they agreed (1) or disagreed (7) that the man after the surgery was the same person as John and should therefore be allowed to destroy the data. In this preregistered cross-linguistic replication, we attempt to replicate the original study and we also add new measures to look at (a) identity and (b) right to withdrawal judgments separately.

Vilius Dranseika od października 2020 r. pracuje jako asystent w Interdyscyplinarnym Centrum Etyki UJ w projekcie BIOUNCERTAINTY (ERC Starting Grant). Ostatnio jego naukowe zainteresowania skupiają się na tożsamości osobowej, początku i końcu życia oraz pamięci. W ostatnich latach opublikował szereg artykułów naukowych m.in. w Consciousness and Cognition, Journal of Medical Ethics, The British Journal of Aesthetic, Psychological Bulletin, Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy, Bioethics, Noûs, Science and Engineering Ethics, Public Health Ethics.

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