Jesse Kirkpatrick
Jesse Kirkpatrick
Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at George Mason
Verified email at gmu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Drones and the martial virtue courage
J Kirkpatrick
Journal of Military Ethics 14 (3-4), 202-219, 2015
202015
Drones and Responsibility: Legal, Philosophical and Socio-technical Perspectives on Remotely Controlled Weapons
E Di Nucci, FS de Sio
Routledge, 2016
102016
A modest proposal: a Global Court of Human Rights
J Kirkpatrick
Journal of Human Rights 13 (2), 230-248, 2014
52014
10 TRUST AND HUMAN–ROBOT INTERACTIONS
J Kirkpatrick, EN Hahn, AJ Haufler
Robot Ethics 2.0: From Autonomous Cars to Artificial Intelligence, 91, 2017
42017
Developing Ethical, Legal, and Policy Analyses Relevant to the Use of Machine Learning Algorithms in National Security
AH Peterson, JL Kirkpatrick, DA Boehm-Davis
White paper, George Mason University, 2017
22017
State Responsibility and Drone Operators
J Kirkpatrick
Drones and Responsibility, 111-126, 2016
22016
Reply to Sparrow: Martial Courage–or Merely Courage?
J Kirkpatrick
Journal of Military Ethics 14 (3-4), 228-231, 2015
12015
Nancy Sherman, Afterwar. Oxford University Press, 2015 ISBN: 9780199325276. 16.99
J Kirkpatrick
2017
Drone wars: transforming conflict, law, and policy
J Kirkpatrick
Defense & Security Analysis 31 (3), 270-272, 2015
2015
On John MacCunn’s “Cosmopolitan Duties”
J Kirkpatrick
Ethics 125 (1), 229-231, 2014
2014
After the Fire the Embers Still Burn: A Theory of Jus Post Bellum
J Kirkpatrick
2013
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