Eric Cohen is an Adjunct Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, as well as a member of EPPC’s board of directors.
Mr. Cohen is the executive director of the Tikvah Fund and the publisher of the Jewish Review of Books and of Jewish Ideas Daily. He is also editor-at-large of The New Atlantis, EPPC’s quarterly journal about the ethical, political, and social implications of modern science and technology, having served as editor of the journal from its founding until February 2007. His articles and essays have been published in numerous academic and popular journals, magazines, and newspapers.
He is the author of In the Shadow of Progress: Being Human in the Age of Technology (2008) and co-editor (with William Kristol) of The Future is Now: America Confronts the New Genetics (2002). He was previously managing editor of The Public Interest and served as a senior consultant to the President’s Council on Bioethics. He was also a Phillips Foundation Fellow (2001) and a Fulbright Scholar (2000).
Conservative Bioethics and the Search for Wisdom
Published in Hastings Center Report (Jan - Feb 2006) Vol. 36 No. 1 on February 2, 2006
The Real Meaning of Genetics
Published in The New Atlantis, Number 9, Summer 2005, pp. 29-41. on July 11, 2005
Where Have All The Children Gone?
Published in The Public Interest, Number 159, Spring 2005, pp. 170-174. on May 2, 2005
The Tragedy of Equality
Published in The New Atlantis, Number 7, Fall 2004/Winter 2005, pp. 101-109. on January 5, 2005
The Party of Cloning
Published in The Weekly Standard, 08/30/2004, Volume 009, Issue 47 on August 22, 2004
The Conservative Understanding of America’s Future
Published in The New York Times, 17 July 2004 on July 17, 2004
Sports World Rocked By Steroid Scandals
Published in Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
America’s Moral Challenge
Published in Scattershot, Vol 2, No 2: Winter 2004
Should Human Cloning Be Allowed? No, It’s a Moral Monstrosity
Published in The Wallstreet Journal on December 5, 2001
The Economy of Genes, Biotechnology, and the Limits of Capitalism
Published in Doublethink on June 1, 2001