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Introduction 1. Scientific Experiments on Animals 2. Gambling 3. Drugs 4. Safety 5. Crime and Punishment 6. Health 7. Disability 8. The Free Market 9. Conclusion: Connecting Philosophy and Public Policy. Notes. Index
Jonathan Wolff is Professor Philosophy at University College London, where he is also Director of the UCL Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health. He is a member of the Nuffield Councils on Bioethics and Working Party on Research Involving Anmials. He is a member Demos and was a Trustee for the Responsibility on Gambling Trust (2003-9). He is editor, with Tim Crane, of the Routledge Philosophy Guidebooks series. He also writes a monthly column on higher education for the Guardian newspaper.
'A first-class examination of where philosophy meets public policy by one of the leading political philosophers today. I have no doubt that this book will set a new benchmark for all future work, as well as offer a substantial contribution to policy analysis. I cannot recommend it highly enough.' - Thom Brooks, Newcastle University, UK 'Not only does Jonathan Wolff provide the invaluable service of helping us explore the ethical dimension of decision making through a historical and concrete understanding of specific policy dilemmas but he does so in a way which is authoritative, clear and engaging. This book is strongly recommended for putative decision makers who want to think and act wisely and for the philosophically-inclined wishing to test their ideas against the hard realities of policy making.' - Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA 'This book sets the bar for how moral philosophy can inform, and be informed by, public policy debates. It will be of great value to students interested in ethics, philosophy, political science, economics, and public policy as well as those with interests in the important social issues Wolff addresses.' -- Debra Satz, Stanford University, USA 'Many books promise to introduce the reader to philosophy and ethics; very few do it with such wit, elegance, and intellectual honesty.' - Richard Ashcroft, Queen Mary University, UK 'This is the book we have been waiting for: a treatise on the ethics of public policy by a major political philosopher. An ideal text for a course on practical ethics, or on contemporary social problems: understandable but not at all dumbed-down.' - Daniel Wikler, Harvard University, USA 'A model contribution of political philosophy to the development of public policy - and, as importantly, of the practice of public policy to theory. Policy makers and philosophers will learn an enormous amount from reading it.' - Leslie Pickering Francis, University of Utah, USA 'A beautifully crafted, clear and concisely formulated survey of many controversial and pressing issues in public policy. Wolff's writing conceals an apparently effortless command of a wealth of philosophical argument, and helps painlessly to steer the reader through complex material.' - David Archard, Lancaster University, UK 'Written with his customary clarity, elegance, and intelligence, Jo Wolff's excellent new book sheds some much needed light on the under-explored connections between applied ethics and public policy. It will be of real interest to anyone with even a passing interest in these issues.' - Gerald Lang, University of Leeds, UK