In a new series of three videos, Ben Sachs, Director of CEPPA, answers questions from the public on animal ethics. The questions are: How do we draw the line with animal ethics? Does animal ethics deal with domesticated species differently? What would happen to humanity if we stopped all animal testing? The videos are on the … Read more
In this YouTube video, Cecile Fabre sits down with Ben Sachs to discuss a sensitive topic in light of the 2016 U.S. Presidential and Brexit votes—foreign interference with the democratic process. This is the last of the 1st Series of CEPPA Chats. The full list of episodes and video links can be found here.
In this YouTube video, Helen Frowe sits down with Theron Pummer to talk about whether it makes sense to think of soldiers as more legitimate targets of military force than civilians. Follow CEPPA on Twitter @_CEPPA to see each new episode of the 1st Series of CEPPA Chats as they’re released on Mondays at 4pm.
Wednesday 24th June, 1 – 2pm Lara Jost (CEPPA Postgraduate Member) ‘Endometriosis and Sources of Knowledge’ Lara currently works on sources of knowledge, and the credibility deficit incurred by people using what is not deemed an ‘appropriate’ source of knowledge. Endometriosis provides a great case study to discuss, as there is a real tension between only … Read more
In this YouTube video, Hilary Greaves sits down with Theron Pummer to offer her controversial viewpoint on poverty, global health, extinction, artificial superintelligence, and which problems are most worth our effort to avert Follow CEPPA on Twitter @_CEPPA to see each new episode of the 1st Series of CEPPA Chats as they’re released on Mondays at … Read more
In this YouTube video, Jeff McMahan sits down with Ben Sachs to talk about whether animals are the moral equals of humans, how we ought to treat humans with severe cognitive limitations, and whether there is anything wrong with eating lab-grown meat. Follow CEPPA on Twitter @_CEPPA to see each new episode of the 1st … Read more
In this YouTube video, John Haldane, sits down with Theron Pummer to talk about what it is to be reasonable and whether we should restrain the way we present our opinions in the public forum. For those interested in Professor Haldane’s work, you’re warmly invited to attend this year’s Sir Malcolm Knox Memorial Lecture, at … Read more