Stuart J. Murray
Stuart J. Murray
Professor of Rhetoric and Ethics, Carleton University
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Deconstructing the evidence-based discourse in health sciences: truth, power and fascism
D Holmes, SJ Murray, A Perron, G Rail
JBI Evidence Implementation 4 (3), 180-186, 2006
No to biopolitical tattooing
G Agamben, SJ Murray
Communication and critical/cultural studies 5 (2), 201-202, 2008
The politics of evidence on ‘domestic terrorists’: Obesity discourses and their effects
G Rail, D Holmes, SJ Murray
Social Theory & Health 8, 259-279, 2010
Thanatopolitics: On the use of death for mobilizing political life
SJ Murray
Polygraph: An International Journal of Politics and Culture 18, 191-215, 2006
Interpretive phenomenological analysis (IPA) and the ethics of body and place: Critical methodological reflections
SJ Murray, D Holmes
Human Studies 37, 15-30, 2014
No exit? Intellectual integrity under the regime of ‘evidence’and ‘best‐practices’
SJ Murray, D Holmes, A Perron, G Rail
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 13 (4), 512-516, 2007
Care and the self: biotechnology, reproduction, and the good life
SJ Murray
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 2 (1), 6, 2007
Civilizing the ‘Barbarian’: a critical analysis of behaviour modification programmes in forensic psychiatry settings
D Holmes, SJ Murray
Journal of nursing management 19 (3), 293-301, 2011
Nursing Best Practice Guidelines: reflecting on the obscene rise of the void
D Holmes, SJ Murray, A Perron, J McCabe
Journal of nursing management 16 (4), 394-403, 2008
On the constitution and status of ‘evidence’in the health sciences
SJ Murray, D Holmes, G Rail
Journal of Research in Nursing 13 (4), 272-280, 2008
Thanatopolitics: Reading in Agamben a rejoinder to biopolitical life
SJ Murray
Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 5 (2), 203-207, 2008
Faceless sex: Glory holes and sexual assemblages
D Holmes, P O’Byrne, SJ Murray
Radical Sex Between Men, 177-189, 2017
Experiencing Seclusion in a Forensic Psychiatric Setting: A Phenomenological Study
D Holmes, SJ Murray, N Knack
Journal of forensic nursing 11 (4), 200-213, 2015
‘We hold these truths to be self‐evident’: deconstructing ‘evidence‐based’medical practice
I Devisch, SJ Murray
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 15 (6), 950-954, 2009
Critical Interventions in the Ethics of Healthcare: Challenging the Principle of Autonomy in Bioethics
SJ Murray, D Holmes
Ashgate Publishing, 2009
Toward a Critical Ethical Reflexivity: Phenomenology and Language in Maurice Merleau‐Ponty
SJ Murray, D Holmes
Bioethics 27 (6), 341-347, 2013
Governing through community-based research: Lessons from the Canadian HIV research sector
A Guta, C Strike, S Flicker, SJ Murray, R Upshur, T Myers
Social Science & Medicine 123, 250-261, 2014
Diverse perspectives on interdisciplinarity from Members of the College of the Royal Society of Canada
SJ Cooke, VM Nguyen, D Anastakis, SD Scott, MR Turetsky, A Amirfazli, ...
FACETS 5 (1), 138-165, 2020
HIV, Viral Suppression and New Technologies of Surveillance and Control
A Guta, SJ Murray, M Gagnon
Body & Society 22 (2), 82-107, 2016
Ethics at the Scene of Address: A Conversation with Judith Butler
SJ Murray, J Butler
Symposium: Review of the Canadian Journal for Continental Philosophy 11 (2 …, 2007
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