Nathan Nobis, PH.D.

Morehouse College

Humanities, Social Sciences, Media, and Arts Division Faculty
  • Professor

Dr. Nathan Nobis tries to help people productively engage challenging and controversial philosophical, ethical and justice-focused issues. Nobis has taught philosophy, ethics and logic at Morehouse College since 2006. His main area of interests include bioethics, critical thinking and the producing materials for introductory philosophy and ethics courses.



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The Ethics of Abortion | Nathan Nobis

Abortion … What do you think about it? Is it moral or immoral to have an abortion? Would you consider yourself to be pro-choice or pro-life? No matter where you stand on the issue, abortion is a highly debated topic in today’s society. In this animated video, Nathan Nobis will review some influential philosophical arguments about the morality of abortion.

The Non-Alchemist
Is Abortion Wrong? – With Dr. Nathan Nobis

The Counsel of Trent
DIALOGUE: Abortion: Human right or inhumane wrong? (with Nathan Nobis)

In this episode Trent joins philosopher Nathan Nobis for a formal dialogue on the issue of abortion hosted at Emory University.

Animal Research Ethics
Ethics and Animal Research – Part 1 of 5

The Harmful Nontheraputic Use of Animals in Research is Morally Wrong, based on this article: Nobis, Nathan. “The harmful, nontherapeutic use of animals in research is morally wrong.” The American journal of the medical sciences 342.4 (2011): 297-304.

Skeptic Haven
Are you a Moral Monster?

On ‘The Crucible’, Philosophy of Abortion and Animal Rights. | Nathan Nobis, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA. He has taught courses, given lectures and published articles and chapters on a wide variety of topics concerning ethics and animals, bioethics, ethical theory and other topics in philosophy.