Skip to main content

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Skip banner

Web Content Display Web Content Display

INCET logo

Web Content Display Web Content Display

BIOUNCERTAINTY - ERC Starting Grant no. 805498

ERC logo

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

The goal of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics (INCET) at the Jagiellonian University is to encourage and support research activities in philosophy and ethics, in particular research on the classic bioethical dilemmas (e.g. reproductive or end-of-life decisions, organ transplantation, clinical decision making) and on topics that emerge from recent technological, social, and scientific developments (e.g. regulating scientific research, genetic engineering, human enhancement, new healthcare and reproductive technologies, evidence based medicine, preventive medicine, big data, artificial intelligence, algorithmic decision-making). See more information about INCET

 

Web Content Display Web Content Display

News

29th of February 2024 – Vilius Dranseika – What Does Bioethics Engage With? A Case Study in Citation Analysis
seminar

29th of February 2024 – Vilius Dranseika – What Does Bioethics Engage With? A Case Study in Citation Analysis

INCET invites for its next research seminar entitled "What Does Bioethics Engage With? A Case Study in Citation Analysis" by Vilius Dranseika. The meeting takes place on 29th of February at 5:30 p.m., room 25, Grodzka 52 and via MS Teams.
okładka czasopisma Diametros

Call for papers "Diametros"

Bioethics Meets Political Philosophy
22nd of February 2024 – Callum Macrae – Does Domination Require Unequal Power?
seminar

22nd of February 2024 – Callum Macrae – Does Domination Require Unequal Power?

INCET invites for its next research seminar entitled "Does Domination Require Unequal Power?" by Callum Macrae. The meeting takes place on 22nd of February at 5:30 p.m., room 25, Grodzka 52 and via MS Teams.
The fifth conference of the East European Network for Philosophy of Science, 9-10 September 2024: call for papers

The fifth conference of the East European Network for Philosophy of Science, 9-10 September 2024: call for papers

The East European Network for Philosophy of Science (EENPS), in co-operation with the Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics, Jagiellonian University, announces the fifth conference of the East European Network for Philosophy of Science in Kraków to be held on September 9-10th 2024. The conference is fully in person. CFP deadline: 22nd February 2024
Call for Abstracts for the Wronging and Making Right: The Morality and Law of Remedial Practices conference (17-19 June 2024)

Call for Abstracts for the Wronging and Making Right: The Morality and Law of Remedial Practices conference (17-19 June 2024)

We are accepting submissions for the upcoming Wronging and Making Right: The Morality and Law of Remedial Practices conference which is going to be held on June 17-19th 2024 at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. The deadline for CFA is set for 1st of March 2023
1st of Ferbuary 2024 – Christoph Merdes – Christoph Merdes: Rational Injustice, Irrational Justice?
seminar

1st of Ferbuary 2024 – Christoph Merdes – Christoph Merdes: Rational Injustice, Irrational Justice?

We have the pleasure to invite you to another research seminar. Christoph Merdes is going to give a talk: "Rational Injustice, Irrational Justice?”. The seminar will take place on the 1st of February at 5:30 p.m. in the room 25 on Grodzka Street and via MS Teams.
Program and abstracts of the Bioethics Meets Political Philosophy conference

Program and abstracts of the Bioethics Meets Political Philosophy conference

We are sharing the programme along with abstracts of the upcoming Bioethics Meets Political Philosophy conference which is going to take place in Kraków on 26th-27th of January
View All

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Recent publications

New book co-edited by Wojciech Kaftański

New book co-edited by Wojciech Kaftański

A new book, co-edited by Wojciech Kaftański, INCET employee, was released by Rowman and Littlefield publishers'
New article co-authored by Vilius Dranseika

New article co-authored by Vilius Dranseika

Vilius Dranseika, INCET employee, published a new article in "Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science"
New book by Francesco Testini

New book by Francesco Testini

Francesco Testini from INCET published a book entitled "Quel che rimane: Un'introduzione a Bernard Williams"
Logo American Journal of Bioethics

New paper co-authored by Vilius Dranseika

Vilius Dranseika from BIOUNCERTAINTY project and Ivars Neiders with Brian Earp published a new article: "Time for Bioethics to End Talk of Personhood (But Only in the Philosophers’ Sense)" in American Journal of Bioethics
Logo American Journal of Bioethics

New paper by Giulio Fornaroli

Giulio Fornaroli published a new article: "Neglecting Others and Making It Up to Them: The Idea of a Corrective Duty” in Legal Theory.
Logo American Journal of Bioethics

New paper co-authored by Piotr Bystranowski i Maciej Próchnicki

Piotr Bystranowski and Maciej Próchnicki from BIOUNCERTAINTY project and Bartosz Janik published a new article: "Uncertainty and Condemnation. An Experimental Study on Lay and Expert Intuitions Regarding the Object of Criminal Punishment" in Law & Social Inquiry
Logo American Journal of Bioethics

New paper co-authored by Davide Serpico

Davide Serpico co-authored a new article: “Averaged versus individualized: pragmatic N-of-1 design as a method to investigate individual treatment response” published in European Journal for Philosophy of Science
Logo American Journal of Bioethics

New paper by Wojciech Kaftański

Wojciech Kaftański published a new article: "The Vice of Social Comparison in Kierkegaard: Nature, Religious Moral Psychology, and Normativity” in Religions.
Logo American Journal of Bioethics

New paper co-authored by Vilius Dranseika

Vilius Dranseika from BIOUNCERTAINTY project, Jonathan Lewis and Søren Holm published a new article: "Stop agonising over informed consent when researchers use crowdsourcing platforms to conduct survey research” in Clinical Ethics.
okładka czasopisma History and Philosophy of Science

New paper by David Serpico

Davide Serpico, former member of the BIOUNCERTAINTY project published a new article: “A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Idealisations and the aims of polygenic scores” in History and Philosophy of Science

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Our activities

Nested Portlets Nested Portlets

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Web Content Display Web Content Display