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Prof. Dr. Kurt Seelmann

 
 

Prof. Dr. Kurt Seelmann
Departement Rechtswissenschaften
Universität Basel
Peter Merian-Weg 8  
CH-4002 Basel / Switzerland

 
E-mail Kurt.Seelmann@unibas.ch
Phone +41 61 267 25 42
Fax +41 61 267 25 47
 
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Kurt Seelmann: 1966-1970/1971-1974 Studies in Law and Philosophy at the Universities of Munich/Germany and Saarbrücken/Germany, 1973 LLD, 1977/78 Researcher at the University of Bologna/Italy, 1978 Habilitation (Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Philosophy of Law and History of European Law); Heisenberg-Scholarship; 1978-1983 Professor for Criminal Law and Philosophy of Law at the University of Saarbrücken/Germany, 1983-1995 at the University of Hamburg/Germany (Dean of the Law Faculty 1992/93), since 1995 at the University of Basel/Switzerland (Dean of the Law Faculty 1998/99). Visiting Scholar/Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School/USA, Oxford University Faculty of Law/UK, Kansai Univerity/Japan; 2001 Honorary Doctorate from Budapest University; since 2004 Member of Wolfson College, Cambridge/UK.
1997-2001 President of the Swiss Section of the International Society for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR); since 1995 Vice President of the German Institute for Applied Ethics, Bad Dürkheim; 2001-2006 Chairman of the Swiss National Science Foundation projects on legal and ethical questions of transplantation technology and stem cells (NFP46).
2009-2010 Fellow in Residence, Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Göttingen University.

Selected publications on bioethics and law

  • Legal and Ethical Issues Involved in Cord Blood Transplantation and Banking, in Holzgreve/Lessl (Ed.), Stem Cells from cord blood, In Utero Stem Cell Development, and Transplantation-Inclusive Gene Therapy, Berlin 2000, p. 85ff.
  • Die Bedeutung von Freiheits-, Leistungs- und Teilhaberechten aus medizin- und rechtsethischer Sicht, in: Stauffacher/Bircher (Ed.), Zukunft Medizin Schweiz, Basel 2002, p. 120ff.
  • Stammzellen aus Nabelschnurblut – rechtliche und rechtsethische Fragen von Transplantation und Banking, Therapeut. Rundschau 2002, p. 583ff.
  • Attitudes of Swiss Mothers towards Unrelated Umbilical Cord Blood banking 6 Months after Donation, in: Transfusion 2003, p. 604ff.
  • Haben Embryonen Menschenwürde? In: Kettner (Ed.), Biomedizin und Menschenwürde, Frankfurt a.M. 2004, p. 63ff.
  • Ethikkommissionen – Institutionalisierung des Paternalismus? In: Festschrift für Alberto Bondolfi, Bern 2006, p. 405ff.
  • Dalla bioetica al biodiritto, Napoli 2007.
  • Die Zukunft der Transplantation von Zellen, Geweben und Organen, Basel 2007.
  • Ethik im transdisziplinären Sprachgebrauch, Frankfurt a.M. 2008.
  • Menschenwürde“ als Begriff des Rechts? In: H.-H. Gander (Ed.),  Menschenrechte – Philosophische und juristische Positionen, Freiburg i. Br. 2009, p. 166-180.
  • Ethik und Recht in Ethikkommissionen, in: H. Just (Ed.), Rechtliche Grundlagen der Bearbeitung von Forschungsvorhaben, Freiburg i. Br. 2009, p. 11-18.

 


 

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