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Paul D. Friedman, M.A., Ph.D., J.D.

In addition to my law degree, I have a master's degree in bioethics and a doctorate of philosophy involving comparative medical, legal and business ethics. I am an adjunct professor at a medical school teaching ethics to healthcare professionals and graduate students.

I can answer questions dealing with general ethics principles, including legal ethics, medical ethics, bioethics and business ethics. I am not a moralist and do not interject subjective values such as what is morally right and wrong. Also, I do not give legal advice over the internet.

For more information, you can view my webiste at WWW.EXPERTETHICS.COM

Wayne Tucker

As a former United Methodist pastor, I think I am qualified to address the issue of right and wrong. I believe some things are wrong, and some are right. Some actions may be right, but for the wrong reason. And some persons undertake wrong actions for a right reason.

William Conde

I am a student pursuing a career in pharmaceutical ethics and am well-versed in a number of different ethical perspectives. I wish to help others answer ethical questions of varying complexity, and, if desired, to operate within a particular ethical paradigm to provide solutions. I particularly wish to help college students and other young people address the moral dilemmas they face, while maintaining a non-judgmental and welcoming atmosphere.

Fritz Allhoff, Ph.D.

My areas of specialization are in ethical theory and applied ethics, particularly biomedical ethics, military ethics, and technology ethics.

Andreas Moser

Ethics and law, ethics in politics, military ethics, ethics and religion.


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