|Violetta Igneski Ph.D. (Toronto)
Cross-appointed with the Communication Studies Programme
Phone: 905-525-9140, ext. 23462
Office: University Hall 307
Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Applied Ethics; Humanitarian Aid and International Criminal Law.
"'Distance and the Duty to Aid: A Reply to Kamm", Law and Philosophy (November 2001).
"Ethical and Legal Issues in the Study of Suicidal Behaviour Among Children and Youth: Recommendations for Best Practices,” Tracy Vaillancourt and Violetta Igneski, Ethical Issues in Community-based Research with Children and Youth, eds., Leadbeater et al., (University of Toronto, 2006): 207-218.
“Perfect and Imperfect Duties to Aid,” Social Theory and Practice 32, 3 (July 2006): 439-466.
"Equality, Sufficiency and the State”, Dialogue XLVI (2007): 311-334.
"Defending Limits on the Sacrifices We Ought to Make for Others," Utilitas. 20 (2008):424-446.