HT22 Week 4: Methods & WiPs in Practical and Medical Ethics
- All Oxford Uehiro Centre seminars (public and internal) will take place online in Hilary Term 2022.
- Please refer to the University's current health guidance on minimising the risks of COVID-19.
- Face coverings are essential for reducing the spread of COVID-19 and should be worn by all staff and students when indoors.
- Additional social distancing and face covering requirements may be introduced soon.
Updated 5 January 2022
Weeks 2, 4, 6 & 8, Fridays 10:30-12:30
Hybrid: Littlegate House and Zoom
In Person: Oxford Uehiro Centre Seminar Room, Suite 1, first floor, Littlegate House, 16-17 St Ebbes St. OX1 1PT
Via Zoom: email Rocci Wilkinson for Zoom links
*part 1 each week will be recorded for students registered on the class. Please inform Becky Brown if you wish your contribution to be edited out.
This session is for all University of Oxford Graduate students whose work has an applied ethics dimension.
Part 1: Professor Thomas Douglas: The Wrongness of Killing
Part 2: Work in Progress
Student Presenting: Jin Park
Student Responding: Tess Johnson
Join Zoom Meeting: Email email@example.com to request joining instructions and to sign up to the mailing list for this seminar series.