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Gifford Lectures 1 - Exemplarist Virtue Theory - Oct 2015

Exemplarist Virtue Theory - Oct 2015

This lecture gives the motives for inventing a moral theory based on direct reference to exemplars of moral goodness. I explain what direct reference is and why I think that using it can serve a number of different theoretical and practical purposes simultaneously. I then give an overview of the whole project.

Prof. Helga Nowotny - Beyond Innovation. Temporalities. Re-use. Emergence.

Beyond Innovation. Temporalities. Re-use. Emergence.

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Hard and Heart-breaking Cases: The Profoundly Disabled As Our Human Equals

6: Hard and heart-breaking cases: the profoundly disabled as our human equals.

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Human Dignity and Our Relation to God

5: Human dignity and our relation to God

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - A Load-bearing Idea: The Work of Human Equality

4: A load-bearing idea: the work of human equality

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Looking for a Range Property: Hobbes, Kant, and Rawls

Looking for a range property: Hobbes, Kant, and Rawls

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Everyone To Count For One

2: "Everyone to count for one" - the logic of basic equality

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - More Than Merely Equal Consideration

1: "More than merely equal consideration" - the Rev. Hastings Rashdall

Trinity as a Logic of Manifestation

Trinity as a Logic of Manifestation

Christ as Saturated Phenomenon: The Icon of the Invisible

Christ as Saturated Phenomenon: The Icon of the Invisible

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