Dr Tatjana Višak

Dr Tatjana Višak joined Monash in 2012—and she is involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the Centre for Human Bioethics. During the past 12 years, she has taught ethics at various Dutch universities.

Tatjana’s research focuses on utilitarian moral theory and animal ethics. Her PhD thesis (2011, Ethics Institute, Utrecht University) examined whether the routine killing of animals for human pleasure can be justified, given the common assumptions that animals count morally and that their welfare matters.

Download Dr Tatjana Višak CV (pdf).