Simone Pollo

Simone Pollo

Researcher and aggregate professor of Bioethics at the Department of Philosophy of Sapienza University of Rome. He also teaches Ethics of human/animal relationships at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Turin and serves as secretary of the Bioethics Commitee of the College of Veterinary Surgeons of the Province of Rome. His main research interests are the ethics of human/animal relationships and the naturalization of ethics.


Most recent and selected:


Umani e animali: questioni di etica, Carocci, Roma, 2016

(with M. Borgi & A. Vitale), Animal experimentation as a moral problem: against simplicity, in A. Höing and A. Matamonasa Bennett (eds.), Humans and Animals: Intersecting Lives and Worlds, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, 2016, pp. 95-105

«Commentary: Primary Emotional Systems and Personality: An Evolutionary Perspective», Frontiers in Psychology, 2017, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02143.

«Biology, ethics and moral reflection», Teoria, 2017, XXXVII, 2, pp. 115-126 (ISSN: 1122-1259).

(with A. Vitale), Invertebrates and Humans:
Attitudes, Ethics, and Policy, in J. Mathers & C. Carere, The Welfare of Invertebrates Animals, Springer, Forthcoming

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