2Revenge and Social Conflict, written by Kit R. ChristensenJournal of Moral Philosophy 17 (1): 119-121. 2020.
18Killer Robot Arms: A Case-Study in Brain–Computer Interfaces and Intentional ActsMinds and Machines 28 (4): 775-785. 2018.I use a hypothetical case study of a woman who replaces here biological arms with prostheses controlled through a brain–computer interface the explore how a BCI might interpret and misinterpret intentions. I define pre-veto intentions and post-veto intentions and argue that a failure of a BCI to differentiate between the two could lead to some troubling legal and ethical problems.