“Deliberating Policy: Where morals and methods mix – and not always for the best” Nancy Cartwright Inaugural Lecture (28 October 2013, 6pm)

Professor Nancy Cartwright’s Inaugural Lecture is entitled “Deliberating Policy: Where morals and methods mix – and not always for the best”

It will take place at St Mary’s College, Durham University on Monday 28th October 2013 from 6pm to 7pm.

The lecture is free to attend and open to staff, students and members of the public.

Please register your attendance in advance of the event if possible by clicking here.

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3 Responses to “Deliberating Policy: Where morals and methods mix – and not always for the best” Nancy Cartwright Inaugural Lecture (28 October 2013, 6pm)

  1. bsmsethics says:

    What an inspiring title. I do hope there will be a way to access the lecture in future.

    Bobbie Farsides BSMS

  2. bsmsethics says:

    Reblogged this on ethics@bsms.

  3. Ephraim says:

    Dear Medical Humanities: Y9our addition of Nancy Cartwright to the University of Durham faculty is an intellectual coup. That Prof Cartwright is offering an inaugural lecture open to the public at large is a further achievement. To offer the live lecture on the web, or at least record and make the lecture available on the web would only be fitting and congruent with the goals of the Medical Humanities Website spirit. Certainly those of us in the U.S., or more remotely afield, should be similarly privileged as British residents.

    On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 5:44 AM, Centre for Medical Humanities Blog wrote:

    > ** > Centre for Medical Humanities posted: “Professor Nancy Cartwrights > Inaugural Lecture is entitled Deliberating Policy: Where morals and > methods mix and not always for the best It will take place at St Marys > College, Durham University on Thursday 28th October 2013 from 6pm to 7pm. > Th”

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