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About Carolyn McLeod

Carolyn McLeod, PhD, is a philosopher with expertise in applied ethics, feminist philosophy, and moral philosophy. Some of her research centres on the nature of moral concepts such as autonomy, trust, and conscience. But much of her work focuses on pressing issues in public policy. She is particularly interested in issues that concern the creation or dissolution of families with children. Among her relevant publications are those that discuss the provision and use of medically assisted reproduction, parental licensing or vetting, conscientious objections by health care professionals to provide reproductive services (e.g., abortions), and reproductive justice for marginalized women or girls.  

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Present Professor, Western University Philosophy
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Recent Works (5)

Research Works (47)