2005/2006

Prof. Gerald Wegemer – Integrity and Conscience in the Life and Thought of Thomas More

Prof. Gerald Wegemer is Professor of Literature, University of Dallas, U.S.A.
Seminar on Monday 21 August 2006                                                                       

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Dr. Michael McNamee – Transhumanism, Biotechnology and Slippery Slopes

Dr. Michael McNamee is Reader in Philosophy at the School of Health Science, Swansea University, Wales
Seminar on Wednesday 14 June 2006                                                         

Prof. Christopher Martin – An Acceptable Degree of Relativity in Moral Reasoning?

Prof. Christopher Martin is Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas.
Seminar on Wednesday 30 May 2006                                                         

Major-General Tim Toyne Sewell – The Development of Armies and their Use in Democracies

Major-General Tim Toyne Sewell was Commandant of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, 1991-94
Seminar on Wednesday 15 March 2006

Prof. Conor Gearty – The Changing Basis of Human Rights Law

Prof. Conor Gearty is Professor of Human Rights Law, London School of Economics
Seminar on 11 January 2006                                                      

H.E. Mr. Claver Gatete – Justice, Reconciliation and Good Governance: the Case of Rwanda a Decade on

H.E. Mr. Claver Gatete is Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda
Seminar on 7 December 2005                                                                 

Prof. Roger Hood – The Death Penalty: the Move towards Worldwide Abolition

Prof. Roger Hood is Professor Emeritus of Criminology, University of Oxford
Seminar on 9 November 2005                                                             

Prof. Steve Fuller – An Intelligent Person's Guide to Intelligent Design

Prof. Steve Fuller is Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick
Seminar on Wednesday 25 January 2006

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