Dr. Casebeer's research interests include neuroethics, the evolution of morality, the intersections of cognitive science and national security policy, philosophy of mind and military ethics (such as the ethics of torture interrogation).
He is author of Natural Ethical Facts: Evolution, Connectionism, and Moral Cognition (MIT Press), co-author of Warlords Rising: Confronting Violent Non-State Actors (Lexington Books), and has published on topics ranging from the morality of torture interrogation to the rhetoric of evil in international relations, in venues such as Nature Reviews Neuroscience, Biology and Philosophy, and International Studies. He is a reviewer for multiple academic presses and journals and has conducted numerous refereed conference presentations.
Before joining DARPA, Dr. Casebeer was the Deputy Head of the Joint Warfare Analysis Center’s Technology Advancement Department. His most recent intelligence assignment was as the Chief of Eurasian Intelligence Analysis, NATO Military Headquarters.
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