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Martin Peterson
Martin Peterson
Professor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University
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An introduction to decision theory
M Peterson
Cambridge Books, 2009
831*2009
Five charges against the precautionary principle
P Sandin, M Peterson, SO Hansson, C Rudén, A Juthe
Arguing About Science, 617-628, 2012
3002012
Is there an ethics of algorithms?
F Kraemer, K Van Overveld, M Peterson
Ethics and information technology 13, 251-260, 2011
2522011
Handbook of risk theory: Epistemology, decision theory, ethics, and social implications of risk
S Roeser, R Hillerbrand, P Sandin, M Peterson
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
2092012
The precautionary principle is incoherent
M Peterson
Risk analysis 26 (3), 595-601, 2006
1712006
Safety is more than the antonym of risk
N Möller, SO Hansson, M Peterson
Journal of Applied Philosophy 23 (4), 419-432, 2006
1172006
Why virtual friendship is no genuine friendship
B Fröding, M Peterson
Ethics and Information Technology 14, 201-207, 2012
932012
The Dimensions of Consequentialism
M Peterson
Cambridge University Press, 2013
842013
Can technological artefacts be moral agents?
M Peterson, A Spahn
Science and Engineering Ethics 17, 411-424, 2011
842011
What Is a de Minimis Risk?
M Peterson
Risk Management 4, 47-55, 2002
832002
The precautionary principle should not be used as a basis for decision‐making: Talking Point on the precautionary principle
M Peterson
EMBO reports 8 (4), 305-308, 2007
752007
Should the precautionary principle guide our actions or our beliefs?
M Peterson
Journal of Medical Ethics 33 (1), 5-10, 2007
732007
The reliability of armchair intuitions
K Vaesen, M Peterson, B Van Bezooijen
Metaphilosophy 44 (5), 559-578, 2013
682013
The prisoner's dilemma
M Peterson
Cambridge University Press, 2015
662015
The role of non-epistemic values in engineering models
S Diekmann, M Peterson
Science and engineering ethics 19, 207-218, 2013
492013
The ethics of technology: A geometric analysis of five moral principles
M Peterson
Oxford University Press, 2017
442017
The st. petersburg paradox
M Peterson
392019
Essentials of risk theory
S Roeser, R Hillerbrand, P Sandin, M Peterson
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
39*2012
Cost-benefit analysis and non-utilitarian ethics
R Lowry, M Peterson
Politics, Philosophy & Economics 11 (3), 258-279, 2012
362012
Rights, risks, and residual obligations
SO Hansson, M Peterson
Risk, Decision and Policy 6 (3), 157-166, 2001
362001
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