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On the evening of Thursday 28th April, Dr Neelke Doorn, Assistant Professor, Technology University Delft, will be joining us for a discussion on How to Distribute the Burdens in Flood Risk Management
Two new publications, including his prize winning essay from the 2015 Robert Papazian Annual Essay Prize on themes from Ethics and Political Philosophy
Dr Jamie Dow, Lecturer, IDEA Centre, University of Leeds, will be presenting at this seminar. Starts at 12:00 pm.
What is dialectic? What is it for? How should it be practised (or exercised)? The workshop poses these questions in relation to Plato’s Republic and post-Republic dialogues. Starts at 10:00 am.
The day workshop is an attempt within academic ethics to develop an "agenda" of ethical issues relevant to leadership within the Church of England, drawing on multiple perspectives. Starts at 9:15 am.
Alice is responsible for the development and delivery of research ethics training at the University for PhD students and staff.
The course was more challenging than I expected but also far more rewarding than I expected too.