John Harris FMedSci., Member, Academia Europaea., FRSA., B.A., D.Phil., Hon. D.Litt. is Professor Emeritus, University of Manchester and Visiting Professor in Bioethics, King’s College London. His books Include: The Value of Life, Routledge, London, 1985. On Cloning, Routledge, London, 2004. Enhancing Evolution, Princeton University Press 2007 and How to be Good, Oxford University Press, 2016. John Harris studied at the University of Kent and at Balliol College, Oxford. Harris has appeared (as himself) in novels by authors as diverse as Alexander McCall Smith (The Careful Use Of Compliments, Leslie Brown, 2007) and Dean Koontz (One Door Away from Heaven, Headline, London 2001). He is also one of Nick Baker’s iconic older citizens. (Nick Baker, Groovy Old Men, Icon Books Ltd. London 2008). Recently, perhaps the most famous figure in contemporary philosophy, the Editor of the influential Review of Applied Ethics, Isabel Dalhousie, in a rare appraisal of a living philosopher characterized Harris as “a kind man and a very subtle philosopher”.