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The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Ever More Worlds to Conquer? | Alex Dietz (Cardiff)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
22 January
Room 246 (Senate House)
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Is there a Right to Retire? | Dan Halliday (Melbourne/Oxford)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
5 February
Room 246 (Senate House)
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Duties to the Dead: is Posthumous Mitigation of Injustice Possible? | Zofia Stemplowska (Oxford)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
19 February
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Temporal Approaches to Defining the Valence of a Life | Campbell Brown (LSE)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
19 March
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Morally Permissible Risk Imposition and Duties of Care | Susanne Burri (LSE)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
30 April
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Climate responsibilities and background injustice | Megan Blomfield (Sheffield)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
14 May
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Dilemmas, Luck, and the Two Faces of Morality | Johann Frick (Princeton)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
28 May
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Prioritarianism: a Response to Critics | Matthew Adler (Duke)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
11 June
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series
The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series

Who’s the Boss? Managerialism and Government Legitimacy | Amanda Greene (UCL)

Institute of Philosophy
Seminar
25 June

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