Donald Ainslie, MA, PhD

  • Professor of Philosophy and Principal of University College, University of Toronto

Donald Ainslie received a BSc in Mathematics from Queen’s College and his MA Bioethics and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the Joint Centre for Bioethics, Professor of Philosophy, and Principal of University College at the University of Toronto. His research interests include the philosophy of David Hume, naturalism in ethics, and the foundations of bioethics. His MA thesis is entitled “Redefining Bioethics in the Age of AIDS.” His publications on bioethics have appeared in Hastings Center Report, Social Philosophy and Policy, and Health Care Analysis. Donald Ainslie's Faculty Webpage