Dr. David Neil
Phone: +61 2 4221 4068
About Dr. Neil
David Neil is a lecturer in Philosophy and his teaching is primarily in the area of ethics. His research interests are in ethical theory and applied ethics, particularly bioethics and the ethics of technology.
- Neil, D. 2008, ‘Genetic preselection and the moral equality of individuals’, in L. Skene & J. Thompson (eds), The Sorting Society: the Ethics of Genetic Screening and Therapy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK: pp 99 – 110.
- Neil, D. 2006, ‘The emperor’s new scar: the ethics of placebo surgery’, in D. Benatar (eds), Cutting to the Core: Exploring the Ethics of Contested Surgeries, Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, Maryland: pp 197 – 210.
- Neil, D, Coady, CA, Thompson, J and Kuhse, H, 2007, ‘End-of-life decisions in medical practice: a survey of doctors in Victoria (Australia)’, Journal of Medical Ethics, 33 (12): pp 721-725.