Lindsey Chambers

2012 C.Phil, Philosophy, UCLA
2010 M.A., Philosophy, UCLA
2007 B.A., Philosophy and French, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Lindsey Chambers is a graduate student in the philosophy department at UCLA. She works primarily in ethics, with a specialization in Kantian ethics. She is currently exploring the morality of procreation, namely, whether it is permissible to procreate, and if so, under what conditions. She is interested in developing a moral framework for addressing the moral questions raised by procreative technology, such as prenatal testing and selective abortion. She is also interested in whether procreation raises moral problems that are distinct from the moral considerations that bear on our treatment of children or whether procreation is an extension of the moral issues that surround our treatment of children.

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