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Karen S. Emmerman, PhD
Karen S. Emmerman has a PhD in Philosophy and is a part-time lecturer at the University of Washington. Karen's area of study is ecofeminist animal ethics.
Her primary focus is on human/animal conflicts of interest and she has written on the ethics of captivity in sanctuaries in her paper "Sanctuary, Not Remedy: The Problem of Captivity and the Need for Moral Repair."
In addition to writing and teaching college students, Karen is the Philosopher-in-Residence at a public Seattle elementary school.
What is an Ethicist?
An ethicist is a person whose judgment on ethics (moral principles that govern a person's behavior) and ethical codes has come to be trusted by the community. One who writes on ethics or who is devoted to ethical principles.