Contribution

Books and Articles, 2018-2022

Authors:

Benjamin G Gregg

Abstract

BOOKS as of 2020

 

Gregg, B. 2022. Creating Human Nature: The Political Challenges of Genetic Engineering. New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108893138.

 

Gregg, B. 2020. Chinese translation (作为社会建构的人权) of Gregg (2012) Human Rights as Social Construction by Li Xianfei (李仙飞). Cambridge University Press and Renmin University Press (中国人民大学出版社). Cambridge, UK and Beijing, China. ISBN 978-7-300-28961-8.

 

ARTICLES as of 2018

 

Gregg, B. 2022. The Person-Affecting/Identity-Affecting Distinction Between Forms of Human Germline Genome Editing Is Useless in Practical Ethics. American Journal of Bioethics 22 (9):49-51.

 

Gregg, B. forthcoming 2022. Genetic Engineering Revolutions. Handbook of the Anthropocene, C. Wulf and N. Wallenhorst, eds. London, Berlin, New York: Springer-Nature.

 

Gregg, B. 2022 Political Bioethics. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. https://academic.oup.com/jmp/advance-article/doi/10.1093/jmp/jhac008/6580045?login=true [hardcopy forthcoming]

 

Gregg, B. 2021. Regulating Genetic Engineering Guided by Human Dignity, Not Genetic Essentialism. Politics and the Life Sciences. 41(1):60-75.

 

Gregg, B. 2021. Il contenimento di Covid-19: diritto alla privacy contro diritto alla salute pubblica [Containing COVID-19: A Right to Privacy versus a Right to Public Health]. Trans. P. Monti and C. Rebuffo. Lessico di etica pubblica [Lexicon of Public Ethics] 2021 (1): 125-163. ISSN 2039-2206.

 

Gregg, B. 2021. Against Essentialism in Conceptions of Human Rights and Human Nature. Human Rights Quarterly 43:313–328.

 

Gregg, B. 2021. Human Rights Require yet Contest National Sovereignty: How a Human Rights Corporation Might Help. In A. Santos Campos and S. Cadilha, eds. Sovereignty as Value. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield:215-232.

 

Gregg, B. 2021. How to Oppose Authoritarian Democracy in Brazil: Human Rights as the People’s Constructions, Constitutionally Embedded, and Internal to the Community’s Self-Understanding [Como se Opor à Democracia Autoritária no Brasil]. Latin American Human Rights Studies [Brazil] 1:1-29.

 

Gregg, B. 2020. Beyond Due Diligence: The Human Rights Corporation. Human Rights Review. 22:65-89.

 

Gregg, B. 2020. Vom Nutzen und Nachteil der Biotechnik: Zur normativen Einschätzung der Humangenmanipulation [On the Use and Abuse of Biotechnology: Toward a Normative Evaluation of Human Genetic Engineering]. In B. Keplinger, F. Schwanniger, eds. Optimierung des Menschen [The Genetic Optimization of the Human Being]. Innsbruck, Austria: Studienverlag:49-63.

 

Gregg, B. 2020. The Human Rights State: Advancing Justice through Political Imagination. In K. Schmidt, ed. The State of Human Rights: Historical Genealogies, Political Controversies, and Cultural Imaginaries:47-69. Heidelberg, Germany: Winter Verlag.

 

Gregg, B. 2020. Construção Social de uma Natureza Humana Voltada para os Direitos Humanos [Social Construction of a Human Rights-Oriented Human Nature]. Trans. H. Pagliaro. Boletim Goiano de Geografia [Brazil] 40:1-24.

 

Gregg, B. 2020. The Indigenous Rights State. Ratio Juris 33(1):98-116.

 

Gregg, B. 2019. Against Self-Isolation as a Human Right of Indigenous Peoples in Latin America. Human Rights Review 20(3):313-333.

 

Gregg, B. 2019. Indigeneity as Social Construct and Political Tool. Human Rights

Quarterly 41(4):823–848.

 

Gregg, B. 2018. How to Read for Current Developments in Human Genetics Relevant to Justice. Politics and the Life Sciences 37(2):262-277.

 

Gregg, B. 2018. The Coming Political Challenges of Artificial Intelligence. Digital Culture & Society 4(1):157-180.

 

Gregg, B. 2018. Human Genetic Engineering: Biotic Justice in the Anthropocene? In D. DellaSala and M. Goldstein, eds. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, vol. 4:351-359. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

 

Full Citation

Benjamin G Gregg, Books and Articles, 2018-2022 (October 30, 2022).