Bryan Kibbe

Bryan Kibbe earned his PhD in Philosophy from Loyola University Chicago. He is currently completing a 2-year fellowship in bioethics at the Cleveland Clinic where he is engaged in teaching, research, and clinical ethics consultation. His research interests include ethics and applied ethics, as well as the philosophy of technology and situated cognition. When he is not reading philosophy articles and books, Bryan is an unrelenting movie lover who is currently smitten with the work of Terrence Malick.

In the Bodies and Labours of Women

Maternal testimony should not be treated as auxiliary to the real work of modern medicine, but instead should be esteemed and sought after as a foundational building block for the delivery of health care.


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