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Kathinka Evers

Kathinka Evers is currently professor of philosophy at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. Her research centers on biobank ethics, the neural basis of consciousness, and neuroethics.

OM Contributions


  • Kuhlau, F., Eriksson, S., Evers, K., & Höglund, A. T. (2008). Taking due care: Moral obligations in dual use research. Bioethics, 22(9), 477-487.

  • Evers, K. (2007). Towards a philosophy for neuroethics. An informed materialist view of the brain might help to develop theoretical frameworks for applied neuroethics. EMBO Reports, 8(1), 48-51.

  • Evers, K., Kilander, L., & Lindau, M. (2007). Insight in frontotemporal dementia: Conceptual analysis and empirical evaluation of the consensus criterion “loss of insight” in frontotemporal dementia. Brain and Cognition, 63(1), 13-23.

  • Evers, K. (2005). Neuroethics: A philosophical challenge. American Journal of Bioethics, 5(2), 31-33.

  • Evers, K. (1999). The identity of clones. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 24(1), 67-76.