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Mark your diary: Edward Dove "Tissue, biomedical research and consent: relational autonomy or the autonomy of relations"

We are delighted to announce a talk by Edward Dove, on Tissue, biomedical research and consent: relational autonomy or the autonomy of relations, to be held on… 391 more words

Bioethics

On Discrimination and Anti-Discrimination Laws

Claim 1:  “Forcing me to serve gays violates my religious liberty.”

My response:  I’m not aware of a religion that commands, “Thou must not serve sinners.”  It’s certainly not a part of Christianity.  938 more words

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Code of Ethics for Fashion Bloggers

Lauren Melkus Dan Leahy Katie Paganelli  Erika Berman

Minimize Harm

  • Be complete and provide context when photographing or recording subjects.
  • Avoid stereotyping
  • Treat all subjects with respect and dignity.
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The Moral Challenge of Robust Cultural Pluralism: A Dialogue at LSE on May 14, 2015

Are there limits to liberal moral concepts for judging others? What does a highly developed social intelligence look like? Can there be cultural difference without economic inequality? 150 more words

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Code of Ethics for Bloggers: Satiric Bloggers

By Alex Dodds, Maria Kangas, Ash Monks, Dan Pelzar, and Anah Pignatelli
Transparency:
  1. Readers should be made aware that exaggeration is used to incite entertainment, but ultimately serves the public interest by providing information that is based on facts.
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Starting on April 15th: Dialogues on disability with Dr Shelley Tremain

Beginning on April 15, 2015,  join the Discrimination and Disadvantage blog on the third Wednesday of every month for “Dialogues on Disability,” a series of interviews with disabled philosophers in a variety of positions and situations vis-à-vis philosophy: students and faculty, untenured and tenured, unaffiliated and affiliated. 82 more words

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