When, in the immediate aftermath of World War Two, a group of eighteen German physicians who participated in the killing of more than fifty disabled children at Rothenburgsort Pediatric Hospital were brought to trial on charges of crimes against humanity, the hospital director, Dr. Wilhelm Bayer, rejected the charge. As historian Jean Johann Chapoutot describes […]
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All in the Family: The History and Philosophy of Experimental Philosophy
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