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Jeremy Davis

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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - Normative and Applied Ethics
Jeremy Davis received his PhD from University of Toronto in 2019. His research is in normative and applied ethics. He is broadly interested in questions surrounding the ethics of killing and harming, the special relationships among individuals and certain potentially harmful institutions (military, police, medicine), and ethical issues raised by novel technologies. His most recent research has focused on ethical questions arising from the use of algorithmic systems in police and military contexts.
Education:

PhD, University of Toronto (2019)

Research Interests:

Normative and applied ethics

Courses Regularly Taught:
Articles Featuring Jeremy Davis
Wednesday, September 21, 2022 - 2:56pm

The UGA Department of Philosophy is excited to announce the Fall 2022 Scott & Heather Kleiner Lecture Series beginning on September 29. This semester's lineup includes six esteemed scholars from throughout the US and Canada speaking on a wide variety of…

Monday, August 22, 2022 - 2:40pm

The Department of Philosophy extends warm welcomes to new assistant professor Jeremy Davis and visiting scholar Kevin Michael Cahill.

Events featuring Jeremy Davis
Peabody Hall, Room 115

If there were a pill that would allow you to bypass the painful parts of grief—taking you directly to the ‘acceptance’ stage—after the loss of a beloved, would you take it? Is there anything wrong (in whatever sense) in doing so? This hypothetical raises novel questions about the value of grief and…

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