Dr. Mary Jean Walker
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy
BA (University of Sydney), PhD (Macquarie University)
Ethics; bioethics; applied ethics; personal identity
Taught previously at:
Charles Sturt University
University of Notre Dame Australia
Australian Catholic University
University of Wollongong
Walker MJ. 2019. Two senses of narrative unification. Philosophical Explorations 22(1): 78-93.
Walker MJ. 2018. On replacement body parts. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 16(1):61-73.
Walker MJ, Franklin J. 2018. An argument against drug testing welfare recipients. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 28(3): 309-360.
Walker MJ, Rogers WA. 2018. A new approach to defining disease. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 43(4): 402-420.
Walker MJ. 2018. Patient-specific devices and population-level evidence: Evaluating therapeutic interventions with inherent variation. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy 21(3): 335-45.
Ethics and artificial organs
The ethics of recreational alcohol use
Personalising definitions of disease and health