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Acknowledgments

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 August 2021

David DeGrazia
Affiliation:
George Washington University, Washington DC
Joseph Millum
Affiliation:
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda

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Acknowledgments

In working on this book we have accumulated many debts of gratitude. David thanks Kathleen and Zoe for their love and support. He also thanks the Department of Philosophy at George Washington University and the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where he held a part-time position during work on this project, for their collegial, supportive work environments. Joe likewise thanks the Clinical Center Department of Bioethics at NIH for its encouragement and intellectually vibrant work environment.

Both of us are grateful to various people. Almost all chapters of A Theory of Bioethics were workshopped in the Department of Bioethics, greatly improving the argumentation, scholarship, and presentation of our ideas. Each of the following individuals helpfully commented on one or more draft chapters: Bernardo Aguilera, Jake Earl, Sophie Gibert, Frank Miller, Annette Rid, Ben Schwan, Robert Steel, Camila Strassle, Alex Voorhoeve, David Wasserman, and Dave Wendler. We are exceptionally grateful to David Benatar, who read the entire book for Cambridge University Press and provided us with a remarkable amount of helpful feedback. We also thank David Elliot for the cover design, Stephanie Sakson for copyediting, and Hilary Gaskin of Cambridge University Press for editorial oversight of this project. Meanwhile, we acknowledge a special debt to Christine Grady, Chief of the Department of Bioethics, for her extraordinary moral support for this project and for making it possible to publish the book in an open-access format.

Disclaimer: Work on this project was supported, in part, by intramural funds from the Clinical Center of NIH. The views we express in this book are our own and do not represent the views of the NIH, the Department of Health and Human Services, or any other US government agency.

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