July 4, 2022

Bioethics for your smart phone

If you are a fan of Philosophy Bites, the addictive podcast site featuring intelligent 15-minute interviews with professional philosophers about their work, you should like Bio-Ethics Bites. This features leading bioethicists speaking with Nigel Warburton & David Edmonds team.

If you are a fan of Philosophy Bites, the addictive podcast
site featuring intelligent 15-minute interviews with professional philosophers about
their work, you should like Bio-Ethics Bites. This
features leading bioethicists speaking with Nigel Warburton & David Edmonds
team.

The Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, with funding
from the Wellcome Trust, is organising the ten-interview series. So far two podcasts
have been released. The first is an interview with Jeff McMahan, of Rutgers University, a utilitarian. The second is an
interview with Julian Savulescu, head
of the Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, also a utilitiarian. The third and fourth
are with Peter Singer, a utilitarian, and Nick Bostrom, a utilitarian. The fifth
is Onora O’Neill, who is not a utilitarian. The other five speakers have not been
announced. If you have suggestions, why not contact Nigel Warburton at nigelwarburton@aol.com?

Michael Cook
bioethics
utilitarianism