Jonathan Marks

Associate Professor of Bioethics, Humanities and Law

Publication Tags

Health Food Public Health Canada Compromise Ethics Natural Gas Prisoners Law Medical Care Poverty Warfare Dexfenfluramine Anxiety Security Measures Public Policy Conflict (Psychology) Personal Autonomy Military Personnel Coverage Decision Making Moral Philosophy Human Rights Abuses Community Participation Conflict Of Interest

Most Recent Papers

Which will Trump

Jonathan H. Marks, 2017, Medicine, Conflict and Survival on p. 4-17

Silencing Marcellus

Jonathan H. Marks, 2014, Hastings Center Report on p. 8-10

Toward a systemic ethics of public-private partnerships related to food and health

Jonathan Harold Marks, 2014, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal on p. 267-299

Objects Closer Than They Appear

Jonathan Harold Marks, 2013, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 23-25

The Undocumented Unwell

Jonathan H. Marks, 2013, Hastings Center Report on p. 10-11

Shifting the Focus

Jonathan Harold Marks, Donald B. Thompson, 2011, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 44-46

A neuroskeptic's guide to neuroethics and national security

Jonathan H. Marks, 2010, AJOB Neuroscience on p. 4-12

The ethics of interrogation - The U.S. military's ongoing use of psychiatrists

Jonathan H. Marks, M. Gregg Bloche, 2008, New England Journal of Medicine on p. 1090-1092

Doctors as pawns? Law and medical ethics at Guantánamo Bay.

Jonathan H. Marks, 2007, Seton Hall law review on p. 711-731

Triage at Abu Ghraib.

M. Gregg Bloche, Jonathan Harold Marks, 2005, The New York times

Most-Cited Papers

A neuroskeptic's guide to neuroethics and national security

Jonathan H. Marks, 2010, AJOB Neuroscience on p. 4-12

Toward a systemic ethics of public-private partnerships related to food and health

Jonathan Harold Marks, 2014, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal on p. 267-299

Shifting the Focus

Jonathan Harold Marks, Donald B. Thompson, 2011, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 44-46

Objects Closer Than They Appear

Jonathan Harold Marks, 2013, American Journal of Bioethics on p. 23-25

Silencing Marcellus

Jonathan H. Marks, 2014, Hastings Center Report on p. 8-10

Which will Trump

Jonathan H. Marks, 2017, Medicine, Conflict and Survival on p. 4-17

The Undocumented Unwell

Jonathan H. Marks, 2013, Hastings Center Report on p. 10-11