Conference: Perspectives on Ethics

Royal Institute of Philosophy/ Open University Ethics Centre Public Day Conference

Friday October 23, 10am-5pm
Central Meeting Rooms 15, Walton Hall Campus, Milton Keynes

Speakers:

Rachel Cooper, University of Lancaster
‘Narratives, the Good Life, and the Harms of Medical Diagnosis’

Carolyn Price, Open University
‘Love: Heaven or Hell?’

Simon Kirchin, University of Kent
‘Two Perspectives about Ethics: Error and Success’

Adrian Moore, St Hugh’s College, Oxford
‘Infinity and Immortality’

The talks will be lively and accessible, and all are welcome to attend.

Attendance at the conference itself is free. Tea/ coffee and lunch will be available for a small charge.

We currently have 54 people registered to attend, but there are still a few places left. To register your interest (and enable us to organise for the right numbers), please email Marie-Claire Leroux: m.leroux@open.ac.uk

Further inquiries to: Professor Timothy Chappell, Director, The Open University Ethics Centre: t.chappell@open.ac.uk

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