Charles Foster

Charles Foster is a Fellow of Green Templeton College, a Research Associate at the Ethox and HeLEX Centres, University of Oxford, and a practising barrister. His current research interests concern human enhancement, theories of dignity, the limits of autonomy and problems of personalization in dementia. His practice at the Bar is entirely in medical law. He has been involved in many of the key cases in recent years, including Purdy in the House of Lords and Tony Nicklinson’s attempt to invoke the defence of necessity as a defence to medical murder



In praise of dementia
21 May 2019 | FEATURES |  
tags: bioethics, dementia, happiness
Surprisingly, many victims report a good quality of life


Euthanasia for children is wrong
8 Nov 2013 | CAREFUL! |  
tags: Belgium, children's rights, euthanasia
A British barrister gives four cogent reasons why Belgium should not legalise it for kids.


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