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Harvard Kennedy School faculty disseminate their research in working papers and publications that contribute to public knowledge and fuel policy innovation. This list features recent faculty publications, including journal articles, books, edited volumes, research papers, and public testimony.

Faculty Papers and Publications

Kamm, Frances. "Can Intention Affect Permissibility." Paper for Theory Conference, Columbia Law School, New York City, December 2008.
Kamm, Frances. "What Is and Is Not Wrong with Enhancement?" DeCamp Bioethics Lecture, Princeton University, December 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "Enhancement." Presentation, Harvard Law School, November 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "Intra and Inter-personal Aggregation." Center for Philosophy and Social Policy, Bowling Green, Ohio, November 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "Is Bioethics Relevant to New Medical Advances?" Aspen Health Forum, Aspen, Colorado, October 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "Terrorism and Intending Evil." Conference paper: Moral Philosophy Conference, Bruges; Annual Oslo Lecture on Moral Philosophy; Conference on War, 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "Response to Critics of Intricate Ethics." American Philosophical Association Panel on Intricate Ethics, San Francisco, April 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "Could Distance Affect the Duty to Aid?" World Bank Conference, Washington, D. C., February 2007.
Kamm, Frances. "The Doctrines of Double and Triple Effect." Law and Philosophy Seminar, Georgetown University Law School, February 2007.
Kamm, Frances. Presentation: "Terrorism and Intention." Conference on War, University of Calgary, October 2006.