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Recent Publications (Selection)

2018

    • Bschir, Karim; Lohse, Simon; Chang, Hasok (2018): Introduction: systematicity, the nature of science? In: Synthese 60 (2).
    • Harrison, Patrick T.; Hoppe, Nils; Martin, Ulrich (2018): Gene editing & stem cells. In: Journal of Cystic Fibrosis 17 (1), S. 10-16.
    • Hoppe, Nils (2018): The Legal Governance of Animal Biotechnologies. In: Heiner Niemann und Christine Wrenzycki (Eds.): Aninmal Biotechnology 2. Emerging breeding technologies. Berlin: Springer.
    • Knab, Rebecca; Petersen, Henning; Rautenschlein, Silke; Jung, Arne (2018): Establishment of a Bordetella avium challenge model in turkeys. In: Avian Pathology 47 (3), S. 227-237.
    • Robienski, Jürgen; Wasmer, Martin (2018): Produkte gezielter Mutagenese sind keine GVOs gemäß Art. 3 i.V.m. Anhang I B der Richtlinie 2001/18/EG. In: Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety 13 (2), S. 135-138.
    • Wasmer, Martin; Robienski, Jürgen (2018): Which organisms and technologies fall under the mutagenesis exemption of the European GMO-Directive? In: Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety 40.

      2017

       

      • Lohse, Simon (2017): Die Multiparadigmatik der Soziologie als Erklärungsgegenstand einer integrierten Wissenschaftsforschung. In Zeitschrift für theoretische Soziologie (2), pp. 237-246.
      • Lohse, Simon (2017): Pragmatism, Ontology, and Philosophy of the Social Sciences in Practice. In Philosophy of the Social Sciences 47 (1), pp. 3-27.
      • Lohse, Simon; Reydon, Thomas (2017): Einleitung: Zur Ausdifferenzierung der Wissenschaftsphilosophie. With assistance of Simon Lohse, Thomas Reydon. In Simon Lohse, Thomas Reydon (Eds.): Grundriss Wissenschaftsphilosophie: Die Philosophien der Einzelwissenschaften. Hamburg: Felix Meiner, pp. 9-15.
      • Lohse, Simon; Reydon, Thomas (Eds.) (2017): Grundriss Wissenschaftsphilosophie: Die Philosophien der Einzelwissenschaften. Hamburg: Felix Meiner. Lohse, Simon; Reydon, Thomas (2017): Philosophie der Soziologie. With assistance of Simon Lohse, J. Greve. In Simon Lohse, Thomas Reydon (Eds.): Grundriss Wissenschaftsphilosophie: Die Philosophien der Einzelwissenschaften. Hamburg: Felix Meiner, pp. 543-582.
      • Robienski, Jürgen (2017): Epigenetics and Legal Regulations: A Challenge for the State's Obligation to Protect Environment, Individual's Health and Civil Rights. In Jürgen Robienski, Reinhard Heil, Stefanie Seitz, Harald König (Eds.): Epigenetics. Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 141-156.
      • Robienski, Jürgen; Heil, Reinhard; Seitz, Stefanie; König, Harald (Eds.) (2017): Epigenetics. Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects. Wiesbaden: Springer. Available online at link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-658-14460-9.

      2016

       

      • Bode, Philipp (2016): Identität und Nicht-Identität. Intergenerationale Gerechtigkeit als Gegenstand einer Ethik der Epigenetik. In Reinhard Heil, Stefanie B. Seitz, Harald König, Jürgen Robienski (Eds.): Epigenetik. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 59-74.
      • Heil, Reinhard; Seitz, Stefanie B.; König, Harald; Robienski, Jürgen (Eds.) (2016): Epigenetik. Wiesbaden: Springer.
      • Hoppe, Nils (2016): Bioequity - Property and the Human Body. 1st ed. London: Taylor and Francis.
      • Hoppe, Nils (2016): Privacy Laws and Biobanking in Germany. In The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 44 (1), pp. 35-44.
      • Kaye, Jane; Briceño Moraia, Linda; Curren, Liam; Bell, Jessica; Mitchell, Colin; Soini, Sirpa et al. (2016): Consent for Biobanking: The Legal Frameworks of Countries in the BioSHaRE-EU Project. In Biopreservation and biobanking 14 (3), pp. 195-200.
      • Robienski, Jürgen (2016): Epigenetik und rechtliche Regulierung. Eine Herausforderung im Spannungsfeld zwischen Schutzpflichten des Staates, Generationenverantwortung und individuellen Freiheitsrechten. In Reinhard Heil, Stefanie B. Seitz, Harald König, Jürgen Robienski (Eds.): Epigenetik. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 145-161.
      • Robienski, Jürgen; Simon, Jürgen; Paslack, Rainer (2016): Legal Aspects of Synthetic Biology. In Joachim Boldt (Ed.): Synthetic Biology, vol. 493. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 123-140.

       

        2015

        • Beck, S. Heilung, 2015. “Prävention, Enhancement? Rechtliche Auswirkungen der Unterscheidung von Krankheit und Gesundheit (im Erscheinen).
        • Bode, P. 2015. “An den Grenzen der Vernunft – Eine kurze Geschichte der Gottesbeweise,”  Wie viel Vernunft braucht der Mensch? Texte zum 3. Festival der Philosophie. Eds. Nickl, P. & Verrone, A. Münster: LIT Verlag, 139 – 165.
        • Briceño Moraia, L.,  Kaye, J., Tasse, A.M., Knoppers, B., Mitchell, C., Soini, S., Hoppe, N., Wallace, S., Øien, M. 2015. "A comparative analysis of the requirements for the use of data in biobanks based in Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom." Medical Law International 14:4, 187-212.
        • Grewal, J. & Hoppe, N. 2015. “Don’t Forget the Orphans,” European Journal of Health Law 22:2, 107-111.
        • Hoppe, N. & Rensten, K. 2015.  Mitochondrial Donation. Family Law Week (Online) 17 Feb 2015.
        • Hoyningen-Huene, P. & Lohse, S. 2015. “Kuhn, Thomas S. (1922-96)“, International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. 2nd edition, Vol. 13, ed. Wright, James D. (editor-in-chief). Oxford: Elsevier, 133-138.
        • Lohse, S. & Grewal, J. 2015: “Book review: Governing Biobanks: Understanding the Interplay Between Law and Practice,” SCRIPTed 12:1, 70-74.
        • Kaltenborn, A. Salinas, Jager, et al.  2015. “Model of End-Stage Liver Disease Score and Derived Variants Lack Prognostic Ability after Liver Transplantation,” Ann Transplant, 20:441-448.
        • Reydon, T. A. C. 2015. “Plagiate als Professionalisierungsproblem”, Im Wandel der Wissenschaft: Zitat und Paraphrase, Eds. Lahusen, C. & Markschies, C. Frankfurt: Campus.
        • Reydon, T. A. C. 2015. “The evolution of human nature and its implications for politics: A critique”, Journal of Bioeconomics 17, 17-36.
        • Reydon, T. A. C. & Scholz, M. 2015. “Searching for Darwinism in Generalized Darwinism”, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 66, 561-589.
        • Ereshefsky, M. & Reydon, T. A. C. 2015. “Scientific kinds”, Philosophical Studies 172, 969-986.
        • Robienski, J. & Simon, J. 2015. “Synthetic Biology and Biosecurity”, Law and the Human Genome Review 41 (forthcoming).
        • Robienski, J. 2015. “Epigenetik und rechtliche Regulierung – Eine Herausforderung im Spannungsfeld zwischen Schutzpflichten des Staates, Generationenverantwortung und individuellen Freiheitsrechten”, Epigenetik. Ethische, soziale und rechtliche Aspekte, ed. Heil et. al. Springer (forthcoming)
        • Robienski, J. 2015. “Umgang mit genetischen Zufallsbefunden – Reden ist Silber, Schweigen ist Gold”, Zufallsbefunde bei molekulargenetischen Untersuchungen – Medizinische, ethische und juristische Perspektiven, ed. Langanke, Ermann, Robienski, Rudnik-Schöneborn. Springer.
        • Stauch, M. & Wheat, K. 2015. Medical Law and Ethics - Text, Cases and Materials. Routledge.
        • Stauch, M. 2015. “The 2013 German Patient Rights Act - Codifying Medical Malpractice Compensation”, Journal of European Tort Law 6, 85-94.

        2014

        • Beck, S. 2014. “Dealing with the diffusion of legal responsibility: the case of robotics,” Pisa University Press, 167-182.
        • Beck, S. & Zabel, B. 2014. “Person, Persönlichkeit, Autonomie – Juristische Perspektiven,” Mentis, 49-82.
        • Bode, S. Murawski, C. Soon, C. S. Bode, P. Stahl, J. Smith, P. L. 2014. “Demystifying ‘free will’: The role of contextual information and evidence accumulation for predictive brain activity,” Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 47, 636-645.
        • Kaye, J. Hurles, M. Griffin, H. Grewal, J. Bobrow, et al. 2014. “Managing clinically significant findings in research: the UK10K example,” European Journal of Human Genetics 22, 1100-1104.
        • Hoppe, N. & Kwisda, K. 2014. “Gewebeforschung,” Handbuch Ethik und Recht der Forschung am Menschen, Eds. Lenk, C. Duttge, G. Fangerau, H. Berlin/ Heidelberg: Springer, 43-46.
        • Hoppe, N. & Kwisda, K. 2014. “Bioethikkonvention des Europarates,” Handbuch Ethik und Recht der Forschung am Menschen, Eds. Lenk, C. Duttge, G. Fangerau, H. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 501-506.
        • Hoppe, N. & Kwisda, K. 2014. “Geistiges Eigentum,” Handbuch Ethik und Recht der Forschung am Menschen, Eds. Lenk, C. Duttge, G. Fangerau, H. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 159-162.
        • Strech, D., Metz, C. , & Knuppel, H. 2014. “Do editorial policies support ethical research? A thematic text analysis of author instructions in psychiatry journals,” PLoS One 9:6, e97492
        • Schrem, H., Platsakis, A., Kaltenborn, A., Metz, C., et al. 2014. “Value and limitations of the BAR-score for donor allocation in liver transplantation,” Langenbecks Arch Surg., 399:8, 1011-1019.
        • Klose, J., Klose, M., & Metz, C., et al. 2014. “Outcome stagnation of liver transplantation for primary sclerosing cholangitis in the Model for End-Stage Liver Disease era,” Langenbecks Arch Surg, 399:8, 1021-1029. 
        • Robienski, J. 2014. “Enhancement in Medicine and Everyday Life: Ethical Aspects and Requirements for Legal Regulation”, Transdisciplinary Interfaces and Innovation in the Life Sciences, ed. Hyun, E., Paslack E., Stolte, H. Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang Verlag, 95-105. 
        • Stauch, M. Forgó, N. & Krügel, T. 2014. “Using EHRS to design drug repositioning trials: a devolved approach to data protection”, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology 28, 237-248.
        • White, L. 2014. “Does Remuneration for Plasma Compromise Autonomy?”  HEC Forum 27, 387-400.

        2013

        • Beck, S. & Zabel, B. 2013. “Legal Restrictions of Enhancement: New Paternalistic Tendencies?” Pisa University Press, 177-200.
        • Hoyningen-Huene, P. & Lohse, S. 2013. “Kuhn on Scientific Revolutions and Incommensurability”, Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences, ed. Kaldis, B. Thousand Oaks: SAGE, 524-528.
        • Metz, C. & Hoppe, N. 2013. “Organ Transplantation in Germany: Regulating Scandals and Scandalous Regulation,” European Journal of Health Law, 20:1-4.
        • Knuppel, H., Metz, C., Meerpohl, J. & Strech, D. 2013. “How psychiatry journals support the unbiased translation of clinical research. A cross-sectional study of editorial policies,” PLoS One, 8(10), e75995.
        • Stauch, M. 2013. “The Draft Data Protection Regulation and the Secondary Use of Patient Data for Research: Prospects and Concerns”, Journal of Professional Negligence 29, 72-86.
        • Stauch, M. 2013. “Medical Malpractice and Compensation in Germany”, Medical Malpractice and Compensation in Global Perspective, Eds. Oliphant, K. & Wright, R. De Gruyter, 179-209.
        • White, L. 2013. “Understanding the Relationship Between Autonomy and Informed Consent: A Response to Taylor”, Journal of Value Inquiry 47, 483-91.