Reflecting On Science

Selected Publications

Grinnell, F. (1983) Studies on intersubjectivity: A comparison of Martin Buber and Alfred Schutz. Human Studies 6: 185-195.

Grinnell, F. (1990) The endings of clinical research protocols: Understanding the difference between therapy and research. IRB. 12: 1-4.

Grinnell, F. (1994) Radical intersubjectivity: Why naturalism is an assumption necessary for doing science. In Darwinism: Science or Philosophy? ed. J. Buell and V. Hearn, Foundation for Thought and Ethics, Richardson, pp 99-106.

Grinnell, F. (1996) Ambiguity in the practice of science. (Editorial) Science, 272: 333.

Grinnell, F, Bishop, JP, and McCullough, LB. (2002) Bioethical pluralism and complementarity. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 45(3):338-49.

Grinnell, F. (2004) Human embryo research: From moral uncertainty to death. American Journal of Bioethics. 4:12-3.

Grinnell, F. (2004) Subject vulnerability: The precautionary principle of human research. American Journal of Bioethics. 4:72-74.

Grinnell, F. (2009) Discovery in the Lab: Plato’s paradox and Max Delbrück’s principle of limited sloppiness. FASEB J. 23: 7-9.

Grinnell, F. (2011) The evolution of credibility. The Scientist 25: 76.

Grinnell, F. (2013) Research integrity and everyday practice of science. Science and Engineering Ethics. 9: 685-701.

Grinnell, F. (2013) It is time to update US biomedical funding. (World View) Nature. 501: 137.