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Co-operation Problems in Biomedical Research (1999)
What are the boundaries between permissible and impermissible cooperation in wrongful procedures? Helen Watt explains how "formal" cooperation is always morally wrong, and suggests principles for assessing when "material" cooperation is acceptable. A pdf is available here.
Cooperation with Immoral Laws (2012)
By Helen Watt
An earlier version of this essay by Helen Watt was published in the Summer 2012 issue of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly. A pdf is available here.
Gender dysphoria: Some Catholic bioethical reflections
David Albert Jones offers some brief bioethical considerations relevant to the care and support of people with gender dysphoria. A pdf is available here.
Why not dirty your hands? (2005)
Or: on the supposed rightness of (sometimes) intentionally cooperating in wrongdoing
by Professor Luke Gormally