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MAJ Hunter Cantrell

Assistant Professor
hunter.cantrell@westpoint.edu

Biography


Instructor, Department of English and Philosophy (2019-present)

Graduate Student, Georgia State University (2017-2019)

Transportation/ Logistics Army Assignments (2010-2017)

Ongoing Research Projects


I am primarily interested in the ethics of autonomous weapon systems (broadly construed).

Publications & Presentations


Articles and Chapters

“Tolerating the Intolerable: A Method for Preventing Radicalization.”   Forthcoming                         

“Arguments for Banning Autonomous Weapon Systems: A Critique.” - Forthcoming      

          

“The Keys to Success for a Forward Support Company at the National Training Center,”

Army Sustainment Magazine. March-April 2018

 

Recent Conference Presentations

“Autonomous Weapon Systems and the Claim-Rights of Innocents.”                         

MANCEPT Workshop “Just War in an Unjust World” 

Online, September 10th, 2020. 

“Autonomous Weapon Systems and the Claim-Rights of Innocents.”                  

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Annual Conference 

Atlanta, GA, February 21, 2020. 

“Arguments for Banning Autonomous Weapon Systems: A Critique.”                     

European Meeting of the International Society of Military Ethics  

Vienna, Austria, May 23rd, 2019. 

“Arguments for Banning Autonomous Weapon Systems: A Critique.”                                

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Annual Conference 

Baltimore, MD, March 1st, 2019. 

“Tolerating the Intolerable: A Method for Preventing Radicalization.”                                  

Concerned Philosophers for Peace Annual Conference 

Boulder, CO, October 20th, 2018.

“Justifying the Fight Against the Islamic State.”                                                                          

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics Annual Conference.  

Chicago, IL, March 1st, 2018.

 

Academic Awards

 

First Place Winner of the 2019 Case Western Reserve University- Inamori Center for Ethics and Excellence Military Ethics Thesis Competition.