James Martin Advanced Research Seminar Series - Trinity 2010

Event Series

Date
28 April 2010, 1:00am 16 June 2010 - 1:00am

In this series:

28 April 2010
Seminar: Dr Peter Taylor, "The Mismeasure of Risk"

05 May 2010
Seminar: Professor Nigel Cameron, "Can there be policy on enhancement?"

05 May 2010
Seminar: Dr Charles Webel, "A War of the World, or the End of War? Can a Nonviolent Strategy of Conflict Resolution be Effective in Ending the Global War on Terrorism?"

12 May 2010
Seminar: Frej Klem Thomsen, "We Will Find the Black Man Who Did This - Police Profiling and Epistemic Discrimination"

12 May 2010
Seminar: Mariarosaria Taddeo, "Informational Conflicts: A New Ethical Challenge"

26 May 2010
Seminar: Professor Martin Peterson, “Some actions are neither right nor wrong: Abortion, euthanasia, and some other controversial examples”

26 May 2010
Seminar: Dr Barbro Fröding, "Virtuous Choice and Parity"

02 June 2010
Seminar: Dr Michelle Cowley, "The psychology of intention, foresee-ability, and the boundaries of perceived responsibility in legal cases"

02 June 2010
Seminar: Dr Jean-Francois Bonnefon, "Reasoning about unjust rewards and punishments: Individual differences and behavioural experiments"

09 June 2010
Seminar: Dr Simon Rippon, "The Significance of the Distinction between Treatment and Enhancement"

09 June 2010
Seminar: Elfed Huw Price, "Embodied consciousness: past, present, future"

16 June 2010
Seminar: Dr Mark Sheehan, "Society in Science: Why should we involve patients and the public in research?"

16 June 2010
Seminar: Professor José Luis Pérez Triviño, "Altruism: some analytical remarks"