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Adam D. Moore
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Ave. S.E.
Depar
tment of Philosophy, i
School
Bellevue, Washington
University of Washington
Office Phone: (206)
616
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2103
361
Savery
Hall
, Box 353350
Em
ail:
moore
2@uw
.edu
Seattle, WA 98195
CURRENT POSITI
ON
Associate
Professor, Department of Philosophy
and Information School,
University of Washington
(joint position
60/40
, tenure home P
hilosophy
Dept.
)
EDUCATION, DEGREES
Ph.D.,
Philosophy,
Ohio State University, December 1997, Dissertation Title:
A
Lo
ckean Theory of Intellectual Property
. Advisor: Donald Clayton Hubin
,
Readers: Peter King and Richard Gardner
.
M.A.,
Philosophy,
Ohio State University, June 1994
.
B.A.,
Philosophy,
Ohio State University, June 1990
.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Philosophy of
Law,
Information
Ethics
(Intellectual Property, Privacy, Free Speech,
Accountability)
,
Normative Ethics,
Social and Pol
itical Theory
AREAS OF COMPETENCE
Meta
-
Ethics
,
Ancient Philosophy,
Philosophy of Religion
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
University of Washing
ton, Seattle, WA (
2006
present), Associate
Professor
.
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
(2003
2006), Assistant Professor
.
Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (2000
2003), Assistant Professor
.
Wright State University, Dayton, OH (1999
200
0), Lecturer
.
California State University, Fresno, CA (1998
1999), Lecturer.
Marietta University, Marietta
, OH
(1997
1998), Visiting Instructor.
Wittenberg University, Springfield
, OH
(1997
1998), Lecturer.
Ohio State University, Columbus
, OH
(1990
1997), Lecturer/GTA.
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PUBLICATIONS
Books
Privacy Rights: Moral and Legal Foundations
(Pennsylvania State Un
iversity Press,
Aug.,
2010
)
, 238
pages.
Intellectual Property and Information Control: Philosophic Foundations and
Contemporary Issues
(Transact
ion Publishing/Rutgers University,
Fall 2004
paperback,
Fall 2001
hardback
),
252 pages.
Information Ethics: Privacy, Property, and Power
. Edited by A.
Moore
(
Seattle WA:
The University of Washingt
on Press
, 2005)
,
456 pages.
Intellectual Property: Moral,
Legal, and International Dilemma
s.
E
dited by A. Moore
(Lanham, MD
: Rowman & Littlefield, 1997), 387 pages.
Articles
and Book Chapters
(
Д
Peer reviewed journal article)
1.
The Myth of the Virtuous Spy: Anita Allen, Spying, and Duties to Others,”
Amer
ican Philosophical Association
Newsletter in Philosophy and Law
,
forthcoming
(
spring 2013
)
.
2.
“Privacy and Employee Drug Testing,”
The John Marshall Journal of Computer &
Information Law
, forthcoming (
w
inter 2013).
3.
“Privacy.”
International Encyclopedia of Ethics
,
forthcoming (
Feb. 2013
)
.
4.
“Intellectual Property and Copyright,” fo
rthcoming in the
The Oxford History of the
Book: A Global Survey
,
edited by Henry Woudhuysen
and
Michael F. Suarez
,
forthcoming (spring
2013).
5.
Privacy, Speech, and the Law.
Journal of Information Ethics
,
forthcoming
(spring/summer 2013
).
Д
6.
“A Lockean Theory of
Intellectual Property Revisited.
” Forthcoming in
San Diego
Law Review
,
Fall
2012).
Д
7.
Privacy, Security, and Government Surveillance:
WikiLeaks and the N
e
w
Accountability
,
Public Affairs Quarterly
25 (April 2011), reprinted in
Social and
Personal Ethics
, 8
th
edition, W. Shaw ed. (2014).
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8.
Intellectual Property
.”
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
, Winter 2011.
http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/intellectual
-
property/
9.
“Privacy, Public Health, and Controlling Medical Information,”
HealthCare Ethics
Committee
(HEC Forum)
23 (Dec., 2010)
: 225
-
240
.
Д
10.
“Defining Privacy,”
Journal
of Soc
ial Philosophy
39
(fall
,
2008)
: 411
-
428
.
Д
11.
Personality
-
Based, Rule
-
Utilitarian, and Lockean Justifications of Intellectual
Property,
in
Information and Computer Ethics
, edited
by
H. Tavani and K. Himma
(
John Wiley & Sons,
2008), p. 105
-
130
.
12.
“Toward
In
formational Privacy Rights.”
San Diego Law Review
44
(Spring
2007
)
:
809
-
845
.
Д
13.
Privacy, Intellectual Propert
y, and Hacking
: Evaluating Free Access Arguments
,”
in
Internet Security: Hacking, Counterhacking, and Society
,
Ken Himma Ed.
(
Jones
&
Bartle
tt Publishers,
2007
), p. 235
-
254.
14.
Privacy,” w
ith Randal Kemp.
Library Hi Tech: Special Issue on Information
Ethics
,
Library Hi Tech
25 (2007): 58
-
78
(primary author)
.
Д
15.
Intellectual Property, Genetic Information, and Gene Enhancement Techniques
,”
i
n
Ethics, Computing, and Genomics: Moral Controversies in Computational
Genomics
edited by
Herman T
avani (
Jones and Bartlett Publishers
, 2005), p. 282
-
305.
16.
"Information Ethics: An Introduction" with Kristene Unsworth.
Information
Ethics: Privacy, Proper
ty, and Power
edited by A. Moore (University of
Washington Press
, 2005)
, p. 11
-
28
.
17.
"Privacy, Liberty, and the Genetic Modification of Humans."
Journal of
Philosophical Research
,
Special Supplement: Ethical Issues for the Twenty
-
First
Century
, Frederick
R Adams ed.,
(Charlottesville: Philosophy Documentation
Center Press,
2005
): 81
-
95.
Д
18.
“Intellectual Property, Privilege, and Natural Rights.” A new introduction to the
paperback edition of
Intellectual Property and Information Control: Philosophic
Founda
tions and Contemporary Issues
(Transaction Publishing/Rutgers Universit
y,
Fall 2004)
, p. xi
-
xvii
.
19.
“Values, Objectivity, and Relationalism.”
The Journal of Value Inquiry
38 (Fall
2004): 75
-
90.
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