A.K. Martin: The Moral Implications of Human and Animal Vulnerability. Palgrave Macmillan 2023 (open access).


  1. A.K. Martin, M. Eggel: Ethical Emergency Planning in Animal Research Facilities: Lessons from the Pandemic. Journal of Applied Animal Ethics Research 2024, 6, pp. 5–25.

  1. M. Eggel, A.K. Martin: Limited Aggregation for Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts.” Ethics, Policy & Environment 2024, 7 (2), pp. 147-165.

  1. A.K. Martin: Animal Research that Respects Animal Rights: Extending Requirements for Research with Humans to Animals”. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2022, 31:1, pp. 59-72.

  1. A.K. Martin, S. Dürr: Preventing zoonotic emerging disease outbreaks: The need to complement One Health with ethical considerations. Journal of Applied Animal Ethics Research 2021, 3, pp. 5–15

  1. A.K. Martin: Animal Vulnerability and its Ethical Implications — An Exploration. Journal of Applied Philosophy 2021, 38: (2), pp. 196-216.

  1. A.K. Martin, Minerva Rivas Velarde: Discussing Ethical Issues Arising from Disability.” Bioethica Forum 2020, 13:1, p. 3-4.

  1. Magouras, V. Brookes, F. Jori, A.K. Martin, D. Pfeiffer, S. Dürr: Emerging Zoonotic Diseases: Should we rethink the Animal-Human Interface? Frontiers in Veterinary Science 2020 (online first)

  1. C. Fitzgerald, A.K. Martin, D. Berner, S. Hurst: “Interventions designed to reduce implicit prejudices and implicit stereotypes in real world contexts: a systematic review. BMC Psychology December 2019, 7:29.

  1. A.K. Martin: Respecting Animals — Can Animals be Wronged without being Harmed? Res Publica. A Journal of Moral, Legal and Political Philosophy 2019, 25:1, pp. 83-99.

  1. A.K. Martin: The role of time in medical ethics: discussion of a commonly neglected topic.” Bioethica Forum 2018 11 (4): 131-132.

  1. F. Jaquet, A. K. Martin: La question animale : Une perspective pluridisciplinaire”. Introduction to the special issue ’Questions d’Ethique Animale” of Ethica. Revue interdisciplinaire de Recherche en Ethique 2018 22(1): 7-13.

  1. A.K. Martin, S. Hurst: On Vulnerability—Analysis and Applications of a Many-Faceted Concept. Introduction to the special issue On Vulnerability”, The Ethics Forum / Les Ateliers de l’Ethique. 2017, 12 (2-3): pp. 146–153.

  1. N. Tavaglione, A.K. Martin, N. Mezger, S. Durieux, A. François, Y. Jackson, S.A. Hurst: Fleshing out Vulnerability.” Bioethics 2015, 29 (2): pp. 98–107

  1. A.K. Martin, N. Tavaglione, S.A. Hurst: Resolving the Conflict: Clarifying Vulnerability in Health Care Ethics. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 2014, 24 (1): pp. 51-72

  1. A.K. Martin, B. Baertschi: In Favor of PGD — The Moral Duty to Avoid Harm Argument. The American Journal of Bioethics, 2012, 12(4): 12-13

  1. A.K. Martin: ‘Tierversuche sind nützlich. Also sind sie ethisch gerechtfertigt.’ Gedanken zu einem oft vorgebrachten Argument.” [‘Animal research is useful; therefore, it is ethically justified.’ Some thoughts on a popular argument] Bioethica Forum, 2012, 5(1): 22-24

  1. A.K. Martin, A. Mauron, S.A. Hurst: Assisted Suicide is compatible with Medical Ethos.” The American Journal of Bioethics 2011, 11(6): 55-57


  1. N. Müller, A.K. Martin, M. Wild: Das Schweizer Tierschutzgesetz: Tierethische Einleitung”. In: G. Bolliger (ed.): Kommentar zum Schweizer Tierschutzgesetz. Schulthess Verlag [“Commenting Swiss Animal Protection Law from an Ethical Perspective”]. Forthcoming.

  1. A.K. Martin: Entomophagy: What, if anything, do we owe to Insects?” In: C. Bobier, C. Abbate: New Omnivorism. Routledge, p. 55-75.

  1. A.K. Martin: Decision-making under non-ideal circumstances: Establishing triage protocols for animal shelters”. In: V. Giroux, A. Pepper & K. Voigt (eds.), The Ethics of Animal Shelters. Oxford University Press 2023, p. 165-196.

  1. M. Eggel, A.K. Martin: Limited Aggregation and Zoonotic Disease Outbreaks.” In: D. Bruce and A. Bruce, Transforming food systems: ethics, innovation and responsibility. EURSAFE Conference Proceedings, Wageningen University Press 2022, p. 229-234 (peer-reviewed).

  1. A.K. Martin: Les animaux sont-ils des sujets de recherche vulnérables? In: S. Bouchard and E. Utria (eds): Perspectives sur l’animalité. Vulnérabilité, empathie, statut moral, Presses académiques de Rouen et Havre 2021, p. 169-186.

  1. A.K. Martin: Epidemics and Food Security: The Duties of Local and International Communities. In: H. Schübel and I. Wallimann-Helmer (eds.): Justice and food security in a changing climate. EurSafe 2021 Conference Proceedings, Wageningen University Press, pp. 408-413 (peer reviewed)

  1. A.K. Martin: Haben Tiere Rechte? Tom Regan” In: J. Müller-Salo (ed.): Analytische Philosophie. Eine Einführung in 16 Fragen und Antworten. UTB Verlag 2020, pp. 253-268.


  1. A.K. Martin: Vulnérabilité animale” in R. Larue (ed.): La Pensée végane. 50 regards sur la condition animale. Presses Universitaires de France PUF 2020, p. 613-620 (entry animal vulnerability’, in French)

  1. A.K. Martin: Wildtiere” In J.S. Ach, D. Borchers (eds): Metzler Handbuch für Tierethik. Grundlagen – Kontexte - Perspektiven. Metzler Verlag 2018, p. 283-287 (Entry ‘Wild animals’, in German)


  1. Guest Editor for a special issue of Bioethica Forum on disability and ethics (with Minerva de la Rivas), 1/2020

  1. Guest Editor for a special issue of Bioethica Forum on medical ethics and time, 4/2018

  1. Guest Editor for a special issue of Ethica. Revue interdisciplinaire de Recherche en Ethique on animal ethics (with Francois Jaquet), 22 (1), 2018

  1. Guest Editor for a special issue of The Ethics Forum/Les ateliers de l’éthique for a special issue on vulnerability (with Samia Hurst), 12 (2-3), 2017


  1. A.K. Martin: N. Maillard: La vulnérabilité. Une nouvelle catégorie morale?’ Bioethica Forum 2013, 6 (3): 121-122 (in French)

  1. A.K. Martin: J.R. Garrett (ed.): The Ethics of Animal Research. Exploring the Controversy.’ Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 2013, 16: 119

  1. A.K. Martin: R. Chadwick et al (ed.): SAGE Handbook of Health Care.’ Bioethica Forum, 2012, 5(1): 40

  1. A.K. Martin: N. Pethes; S. Richter (Ed.): Medizinische Schreibweisen. Ausdifferenzierung und Transfer zwischen Medizin und Literatur (1600-1900).’ Gesnerus — Swiss Journal of the History of Medicine and Sciences 2011, 68(1): 132-33 [In German]

  1. A.K. Martin: B. Sitter-Liver; T. Hiltbrunner (eds.): Universality: From Theory to Practice. An intercultural and interdisciplinary Debate about Facts, Possibilities, Lies and Myths.’ Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie 2010, 57(1): 207-9 [In German]


Translation of the encyclopedia contribution “Vulnerability” of Lisa Bortolotti into German for the Lexikon der Mensch-Tier Beziehung” [Ed. Arianna Ferrari, Klaus Petrus, Transcript Verlag 2016]