Jessica Flanigan is an assistant professor of Leadership Studies and Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law at the University of Richmond, where she teaches ethics. Most of her research addresses the ethics of public health policy and business. In addition to her forthcoming book defending rights of self-medication, her ongoing scholarship addresses the basic income, cash transfers as benchmarks for assessing development assistance, drug war reparations, immigration assistance, and pacifism. She is currently working on a book about the sex industry, and a project about the ethics of having children.
|Politics and Anarchist Ideals||
18 Jun 2017
|Democracy and Anarchy & Feature Articles & Mutual Exchange|