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Karen Stohr

Associate Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University

About Me

Karen Stohr is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown and Senior Research Scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics. Her primary research interests are in Aristotelian virtue ethics and Kantian ethics, with publications on topics such as moral emotion and imagination, the virtue of practical wisdom, and the duty of beneficence. Dr. Stohr has extensive experience teaching on a range of issues in bioethics, including stem cell research, ordinary and extraordinary care, objections of conscience for health care providers, and attitudes toward animals.

Courses and Programs taught by Karen Stohr

1 course