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Ethic in Science/ Research involving human subjects [ENG]

Dr. phil. Jan-Ole Reichardt; Dr. phil. Daniel R. Friedrich

Datum: 6. November 2021

10:30 - 16:30 Uhr / Preparation time of approx. 4 h

Ort: online seminar - login information will be sent to all participants shortly before the course date.

Moderation: Dr. phil. Jan-Ole Reichardt; Dr. phil. Daniel R. Friedrich

Angebot durch: Center for Doctoral Studies Lübeck

Bereich/Kategorie: IWB-Kategorie Forschung

Zertifikatsprogramm: Forschungsmanagement

Arbeitseinheiten (AE): 13

Zielgruppe: Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen



Research on humans is always an ethically sensitive matter that deserves close scrutiny. A plethora of historical examples show how the ostensibly good cause was done a disservice. Today, under the civilisational standards of our time, the worst excesses of the past should have been relegated to the realms of the immoral and illegal. But we still want to generate knowledge about people, human actions and, for example, pharmacological effects on people – mostly under constrains in regard to time and cost. Beyond a shared foundation of common morality, what is forbidden in one country may be permitted elsewhere – and vice versa. But what can be said about that from an ethical perspective? How much universalism do we insist on? What norms do we share and what differences remain and why? What do we consider permissible in everyday life and what acceptable in crisis situations (like the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic)? On whom should research be allowed under which circumstances and for which purpose? Who should be allowed to profit from it afterwards and to what extent? What risks do we want to accept for test subjects and society, and what compensation would be fair for the more or less voluntary participation in studies? In the course, we want to deal with these questions, reflect on our own positions and search for justifiable answers in a deliberative setting.