Publikationen von Dominic Roser

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    • Hautala, Vesa and Dominic Roser. 2023. "Utilitarianism and Christian Theology", St Andrews Encyclopaedia of Theology. Edited by Brendan N. Wolfe et al.
    • Roser, D. (2022), “Effective Altruism as Egyptian Gold for Christians”, in: Roser, D., Riedener, S. & Huppenbauer, M. (eds.), Effective Altruism and Religion. Synergies, Tensions, Dialogue (Baden-Baden: Nomos).
    • Wallimann-Helmer, I., Bornemann, B., Krütli, P. & Roser, D. (2021). Environmental Justice in Interdisciplinary Perspective, GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, 30(2), 126–128.
    • Roser, D. (2020), “Don’t Look Too Far: Rights as a Rationale for the Precautionary Principle”, in Akande, D., Kuosmanen, J., McDermott, H. & Roser, D. (eds.), Human Rights in the 21st Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 305–322.

    • Roser, D. (2019), “Hoping to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals: For and Against”, in: Cojocaru, M.-D., Reder, M., Filipovic, A., Finkelde, D., Wallacher, J. (eds.), Jahrbuch Praktische Philosophie in globaler Perspektive (Band 3: Moralischer Fortschritt) (Freiburg: Alber), 201–225.

    • Roser, D. (2017), “The Irrelevance of the Risk-Uncertainty Distinction”, Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics, 23(5), 1387–1407.
    • Roser, D., Huggel, Ch., Ohndorf, M. & Wallimann, I. (2015), “Advancing the Interdisciplinary Dialogue on Climate Justice” (Introduction to Special Issue), Climatic Change 133, 349–359.
    • Roser, D. & Tomlinson, L. (2014), “Trade Policies and Climate Change: Border Carbon Adjustments as a Tool for a Just Global Climate Regime”, Ancilla Iuris, Special Issue on International Law and Ethics, 222–244.
    • Steininger, K., Lininger, Ch., Droege, S., Roser, D., Tomlinson, L. & Meyer, L. (2014), “Justice and Cost Effectiveness of Consumption-Based versus Production-Based Approaches in the Case of Unilateral Climate Policies”, Global Environmental Change, 24, 75–87.
    • Hohl, S. & Roser, D. (2011), “Stepping in for the Polluters? Climate Justice under Partial Compliance”, Analyse und Kritik, 33, 477–500.
    • Meyer, L. & Roser, D. (2010), “Climate Justice and Historical Emissions”, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 13 (1), 229–53.
    • Karnein, A. & Roser, D. (2015), “Saving the Planet by Empowering the Young?”, in: Tremmel, J., Mason, A., Dimitrijoski, I. & Godli, P. (eds.) Youth Quotas and other forms Of Youth Participation in Ageing Societies (Dordrecht: Springer), 77–92.
    • Meyer, L. & Roser, D. (2011), “The Timing of Benefits of Climate Policies. Reconsidering the Opportunity Cost Argument“, in Birnbacher, D., Honnefelder, L. & Sturma, D. (eds.), Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft und Ethik 16 (Berlin: Walter De Gruyter), 179–214.
      Meyer, L. & Roser, D. (2009), “Enough for the Future”, in Meyer, L. & Gosseries, A. (eds.), Theories of Intergenerational Justice (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 219–48.
    • Meyer, L. & Roser, D. (2007), “Intergenerationelle Gerechtigkeit. Die Bedeutung von zukünftigen Klimaschäden für die heutige Klimapolitik”, Commissioned Study for the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (Bern: BAFU).