If you're in the UK, you should check out the Anscombe Bioethics Center's conference "Exploring Double Effect" on Feb. 19 at Blackfriars Permanent Private Hall, Oxford. It features Timothy Chappell, Joseph Boyle, John Wyatt, Joseph Shaw, John Finnis, Helen Watt, and Sir Anthony Kenny.
"A preeminent and international line up of philosophers, bioethicists, legal philosophers and moral theologians
discuss Double Effect Reasoning (DER). DER is a way of dealing with the problem of whether
and in what circumstances we may knowingly cause bad side effects. This reasoning has huge significance
both for theoreticians and decision makers in fields which take side effects seriously, such as
medicine, warfare, law and politics."
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