Dr Richard Hull


Contact Details

Lecturer Above The Bar
Dept. of Philosophy & COBRA
Morrisroe House
19 Distillery Road, Galway

T: Ext. 3714
E: richard.hull@nuigalway.ie
 
researcher

Biography


Research Interests

Ethics
Applied Ethics
Political Theory
Disability
Genetics

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(1998) 'Defining Disability - a philosophical approach'
Hull, R. (1998) 'Defining Disability - a philosophical approach'. Res Publica, 4 (2) [Details]
(2000) 'Deconstructing the Doctrine of Double Effect'
Hull, R. (2000) 'Deconstructing the Doctrine of Double Effect'. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 3 (2):pp 195-207 [Details]
(2000) 'Freedom: not flabby, just big boned'
Hull, R. (2000) 'Freedom: not flabby, just big boned'. Res Publica, 6 :pp 327-336 [Details]
(2006) 'Cheap Listening? Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability'
Hull, R. (2006) 'Cheap Listening? Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability'. 'Bioethics', 20 (2):pp 55-63 [Details]

Books

  Year Publication
(2007) Deprivation and Freedom.
Hull, R. (2007) Deprivation and Freedom. Routledge [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
(2006) 'Separating Conjoined Twins: Disability, Ontology and Moral Status'
Hull, R., & Wilkinson, S. (2006) 'Separating Conjoined Twins: Disability, Ontology and Moral Status' In: Cutting to the Core: the Ethics of Contested Surgeries. Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield. [Details]
(2008) 'Cheap Listening? Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability'
Hull, R (2008) 'Cheap Listening? Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability' In: Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine. New York: McGraw Hill. [Details]
(2008) 'Disability and Freedom'
Hull, R (2008) 'Disability and Freedom' In: Arguing about Disability. New York: Routledge. [Details]
(2009) 'Projected disability and parental responsibilities'
Hull, R. (2009) 'Projected disability and parental responsibilities' In: Disability and Disadvantage. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Details]
(2013) 'Reasoning about disability in the light of advances in technology'
Hull, R (2013) 'Reasoning about disability in the light of advances in technology' In: The Politics of Practical Reasoning. Maryland: Lexington Books. [Details]

Conference Publications

  Year Publication
(2006) BIOETHICS
HULL, R.J. (2006) Cheap listening? - Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability BIOETHICS , pp.55-63 [Details]

Published Reports

  Year Publication
(2013) Opinion document on specific informed consent for blood transfusion.
National Advisory Committee on Bioethics (2013) Opinion document on specific informed consent for blood transfusion. Department of Health, Dublin. [Details]
(2015) Opinion document on the detention of voluntary and involuntary patients.
National Advisory Committee on Bioethics (2015) Opinion document on the detention of voluntary and involuntary patients. Department of Health, Dublin. [Details]

Conference Paper

  Year Publication
(1999) Disability and Freedom, Manchester Centre for Political Thought.
Hull, R. (1999) Disability and Freedom, Manchester Centre for Political Thought. University of Manchester, UK: Conference Paper [Details]
(2002) Realising the voluptuousness of our own hell: a role for Nietzsche's genealogy.
Hull, R. (2002) Realising the voluptuousness of our own hell: a role for Nietzsche's genealogy. Society for European Philosophy Conference, Cork: Conference Paper [Details]
(2002) Disability, genetics and Justice.
Hull, R. (2002) Disability, genetics and Justice. World Congress of Bioethics, Brazil: Conference Paper [Details]
(2004) Cheap Listening?Reflections on the concept of wrongful Disability. 7th World Congress of Bioethics, Sydney. Awarded Mark. S. Ehrenreich prize for Healthcare Ethics Research, The Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics at the - in conjunction with the International Association of Bioethics.
Hull, R. (2004) Cheap Listening?Reflections on the concept of wrongful Disability. 7th World Congress of Bioethics, Sydney. Awarded Mark. S. Ehrenreich prize for Healthcare Ethics Research, The Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics at the - in conjunction with the International Association of Bioethics. University of Southern California: Conference Paper [Details]
(2005) The ethics of the substitutes bench. Symposium on Practical reasons and moral reasoning, Department of Philosophy & COBRA.
Hull, R. (2005) The ethics of the substitutes bench. Symposium on Practical reasons and moral reasoning, Department of Philosophy & COBRA. NUI, Galway: Conference Paper [Details]
(2010) Re-thinking the category of ‘the disabled’, Joint session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society.
Hull, R. (2010) Re-thinking the category of ‘the disabled’, Joint session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society. Dublin: Conference Paper [Details]
(2010) Procurement, storage and transfer of gametes for non-clinical research purposes: legal and ethical issues, Tiss.EU workshop.
Hull, R. (2010) Procurement, storage and transfer of gametes for non-clinical research purposes: legal and ethical issues, Tiss.EU workshop. Dublin City University: Conference Paper [Details]
(2010) Re-thinking the category of ‘the disabled’, IAB World Congress. Funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Hull, R. (2010) Re-thinking the category of ‘the disabled’, IAB World Congress. Funded by the Wellcome Trust. Singapore: Conference Paper [Details]
(2011) Conceptualising disability in the light of new genetic technologies.
Hull, R (2011) Conceptualising disability in the light of new genetic technologies. University of Brighton: Conference Paper [Details]
(2013) Farewell to ‘the disabled’? Re-thinking our categorisations.
Hull, R (2013) Farewell to ‘the disabled’? Re-thinking our categorisations. Conference Paper [Details]

Invited Lectures

  Year Publication
(2003) Disability, Justice and PGD.
Hull, R. (2003) Disability, Justice and PGD. Medical College of Wisconsin: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2003) Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability.
Hull, R. (2003) Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability. Department of Philosophy, Marquette University, Milwaukee: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2001) Concepts of Freedom.
Hull, R. (2001) Concepts of Freedom. University College, Cork: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2002) Hello Dolly, Goodbye Disability? .
Hull, R. (2002) Hello Dolly, Goodbye Disability? . Trinity College, Dublin: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2003) The medical model of Disability and Social Justice.
Hull, R. (2003) The medical model of Disability and Social Justice. University of Cape Town: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2003) Disability as an issue of freedom.
Hull, R. (2003) Disability as an issue of freedom. Department of Politics, University College Dublin: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2003) PGD and the concept of 'wrongful disability'.
Hull, R. (2003) PGD and the concept of 'wrongful disability'. Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture, Keele University: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2003) Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability.
Hull, R. (2003) Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability. Center for Ethics and Social Justice, Loyola University, Chicago: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2004) Wrongful disability and the idea of avoidability via substitution.
Hull, R. (2004) Wrongful disability and the idea of avoidability via substitution. Department of Philosophy, University College Dublin: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2006) Disadvantage and equality. Association of Legal and Social Philosophy conference, (keynote speaker).
Hull, R. (2006) Disadvantage and equality. Association of Legal and Social Philosophy conference, (keynote speaker). Dublin: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2008) Is it wrong to choose to have disabled children?.
Hull, R. (2008) Is it wrong to choose to have disabled children?. NUI, Maynooth: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2009) Projected disability and parental responsibilities. Royal Institute of Philosophy lecture.
Hull, R. (2009) Projected disability and parental responsibilities. Royal Institute of Philosophy lecture. Keele University: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2011) Reflections on genetic technologies: impairment and enhancement.
Hull, R (2011) Reflections on genetic technologies: impairment and enhancement. University of Wales & University of Kent: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2011) Selective reproduction and conceptions of disability.
Hull, R (2011) Selective reproduction and conceptions of disability. Wellcome Trust Dissemination Project, London: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2013) Reflections on genetic technologies: impairment and enhancement.
Hull, R (2013) Reflections on genetic technologies: impairment and enhancement. Queen's University Belfast: Invited Lectures [Details]
(2013) Savita Halappanavar, Marie Fleming and moral paralysis: some observations.
Hull, R (2013) Savita Halappanavar, Marie Fleming and moral paralysis: some observations. Invited Lectures [Details]