Forty years of leadership
in ethics for a complex world.

The Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University helped to invent the field of bioethics, beginning a tradition of creative leadership in practical ethics that continues into the twenty-first century.


Featured Image: Pascal Adolphe Jean Dagnan-Bouveret (French, 1852-1929), An Accident, 1879. Like all featured images, this one was chosen for the way that its subject matter and representational choices raise and reflect bioethical issues. It is part of a series being developed by the KIE that pairs images like this one with critical commentary from bioethics scholars.

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