Marie-Helene Parizeau

Full Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Laval University (Québec, Canada). She teaches in the fields of bioethics, environmental ethics and moral philosophy since 1987. She is Chair of the COMEST (Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology)  of the UNESCO since 2015 and has been member of the Commission of Ethics in Science and Technologies (CEST) of the government of Québec, and of clinical Ethics committee in Québec hospitals.

Recent books publication:

M-H Parizeau, S. Kash (eds), (2016), À chacun son développement durable ? De la diversité culturelle aux nanotechnologies (To each his own sustainable development? From cultural diversity to nanotechnology), Collection Bioéthique critique (Critical Bioethics Collection), Québec, Presses de l'Université Laval.

M-H Parizeau, Jacynthe Tremblay (eds), (2015), Milieux modernes et reflets Japonais. Parcours philosophiques (Modern milieu and Japanese reflections. Philosophical journeys). Collection Bioéthique critique (Critical Bioethics Collection), Québec, Presses de l'Université Laval.

M-H Parizeau, (2010), Biotechnologies, Nanotechnologies, Écologie : entre science et idéologie (Biotechnologies, Nanotechnologies, Ecology : between science and ideology), collection « Sciences en question » (Science in question collection), Paris, Quæ editions.