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201 Creative Commons Hug me daddy I hate you: the ethical challenges of a C21 business Dr Mick Blowfield, Fellow of St Cross College, gives the second St Cross Special Ethics Seminar on The Ethical Challenges of 21st Century Businesses. Mick Blowfield 22 Mar 2011
202 Creative Commons Aiding the Peace in Southern Sudan: A Multi-donor Evaluation of Support to Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Activities in Southern Sudan 2005-2010 Jon Bennet, Director of Oxford Development Consultants, gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict Seminar series on 7th March 2011. An Oxford Humanitarian Group Event. Introduced by Urvashi Aneja. Jon Bennet 14 Mar 2011
203 Creative Commons Military Ethics as Professional Ethics: The Limits of the Philosophical Approach Professor Martin Cook gives a talk for the ELAC seminar series. Martin Cook 08 Mar 2011
204 The Untold War Nancy Sherman, University of Glasgow, gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict Seminar Series, in this, she talks about the philosophical concept of guilt in war. Introduced by Hew Strachan. Nancy Sherman 08 Mar 2011
205 Provisional Rights and Past Injustice Professor Anna Stilz (Princeton University) gives a paper for the Kant and Colonialism conference held at Nuffield College, Oxford. Introduced by Dr Reidar Maliks. Anna Stilz 04 Mar 2011
206 Creative Commons The Battlefield from Afar: Independently Operating Systems and their Compatibility with the laws of Armed Conflict Markus Wagner, Associate Professor of Law, University of Miami Law School, gives a talk for the 2011 Hilary term ELAC/CCW seminar series. Markus Wagner 21 Feb 2011
207 Creative Commons Being Humanitarian: Personal Morality and Political Project in Today's Wars Dr Hugo Slim, Visiting Fellow in the department of politics and international relations, gives a talk for the 2011 Hilary term ELAC/CCW seminar series on armed conflict. Hugo Slim 21 Feb 2011
208 Creative Commons Special Responsibilities in World Politics Professor Ian Clark and Professor Christian Reus-Smit give a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict 2011 Hilary Term seminar series. Ian Clark, Christian Reus-Smit 11 Feb 2011
209 A Fighting Chance or Fighting Dirty? Michael Gross meets the Spartans Part of the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict/Changing Character of War program seminar series looking into the Ethics of war and violence. Cian O'Driscoll, David Rodin 24 Jan 2011
210 Creative Commons Research integrity and publication ethics [2010 lecture] Dr Sabine Kleinert Senior Executive Editor, The Lancet and Vice-Chair of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), gives the fourth 2010 Research Integrity Seminar. Sabine Kleinert 15 Dec 2010
211 Creative Commons Good practice in research collections and biobanking Dr Jane Kaye, Director of HeLEX-Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies, University of Oxford, gives the third 2010 Research Integrity Seminar. Jane Kaye 15 Dec 2010
212 Creative Commons 7.2 Different Concepts of Freedom Part 7.2. Looks at Hobbes' and Hume's views of free will and the three concepts of freedom, and considers the idea of moral responsibility as dependent on free will. Peter Millican 01 Dec 2010
213 International research collaborations: much to be gained, many ways to get into trouble Melissa Anderson, professor of higher Education and Affiliate Faculty, Centre of Bioethics, University of Minnesota, gives the second 2010 Research Integrity seminar. Melissa Anderson 22 Nov 2010
214 EQUATOR Network: promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies Professor Douglas Altman of the centre for Statistics in Medicine (Oxford) gives the first in the 2010 Research Integrity seminar series, looking at the ways in which transparent and accurate rporting in medical research can be accomplished. Douglas Altman 22 Nov 2010
215 Creative Commons Access to a Court and the Security Council: Implications for Normative Hierarchy Dr Antonios Tzanakopoulos (University of Glasgow) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Delivered on the 9th November 2010. Antonios Tzanakopoulos 15 Nov 2010
216 What Will A Companionable Computational Agent Be Like? (Lovelace Lecture 2010) Yorick Wilks explores the state of the art in modelling realistic conversation with computers over the last 40 years, and asks what we would want in a conversational agent (or 'Companion') designed for a long-term relationship with a user. Yorick Wilks 20 Jul 2010
217 Creative Commons Talking Law and Ethics - Feeding Results Back to Participants Nadja Kanellopoulou gives a talk for the Helex Centre where she talks about the issues involved in giving results of medical research back to participants. Nadja Kanellopoulou 21 Jun 2010
218 Creative Commons Ethics Under Fire Dr David Rodin (ELAC), Wg Cdr Ash Mitchell (Defence Academy of the UK), Dapo Akande (ELAC and Law, Oxford) and Prof Henry Shue (Philosophy, Oxford) give a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. David Rodin, Ash Mitchell, Dapo Akande, Henry Shue 14 Jun 2010
219 Creative Commons Do International Criminal Courts Strengthen Justice on the Ground in Post-Conflict Societies? Prof Jane Stromseth (Georgetown University) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. With Dapo Akande (ELAC). Jane Stromseth, Dapo Akande 14 Jun 2010
220 Creative Commons Intelligence and the Dhofar Insurgency: New Perspectives Prof Clive Jones (Leeds University) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Clive Jones 14 Jun 2010
221 Kicking Bodies and Damning Souls: The Danger of Harming "Innocent" Individuals While Punishing"Delinquent" States Prof Toni Erskine (Aberystwyth University) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. With Jennifer Welsh (ELAC). Toni Erskine, Jennifer Welsh 14 Jun 2010
222 Strategic Shortfall: The Somalia Syndrome and the March to 9/11 Prof Robert Patman (Otago, New Zealand) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Robert Patman 14 Jun 2010
223 Why it doesn't matter whether we're at war with al-Qaeda Anthony Dworkin (European Council on Foreign Relations) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Anthony Dworkin 14 Jun 2010
224 The Mafia and the Mullah: Counternarcotics, Counterinsurgency and Realpolitik in Afghanistan Captain William Park (U.S. Navy Hudson Fellow, CCW Visiting Fellow and ELAC Research Associate) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. William Park 14 Jun 2010
225 Empires of Mud: Afghanistan 2001-2010 Dr Antonio Giustozzi (LSE) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Antonio Giustozzi 14 Jun 2010
226 Understanding the Mind in Peace Negotiations Jeremy Lack (Lawyer and Mediator, Etude Altenburger Switzerland) / Professor Baroness Susan Greenfield (Institute for the Future of the Mind, Oxford) give a seminar for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict with David Rodin. Jeremy Lack, Susan Greenfield, David Rodin 14 Jun 2010
227 War Crimes Trials, Solemnity and the Problem of Evil Prof Gerry Simpson (LSE / University of Melbourne) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict Seminar Series on the 2nd of March 2010 with Dapo Akande. Gerry Simpson, Dapo Akande 14 Jun 2010
228 Creative Commons The relation between the neurobiology of morality and religion Professor Patricia Churchland (University of California San Diego) gives a talk for the Science and Religious Conflict Conference.The commentator is Professor Julian Savulescu (Oxford). Patricia Churchland, Julian Savulescu 07 Jun 2010
229 Creative Commons Introduction to Ethics: Judgment, Motivation, Action Paula Boddington gives a talk introducing the concept of ethics in business as part of the Said Business School's Seminar - The ethics of reputation and the reputation of ethics: oxymoron or research subject? Paula Boddington 27 May 2010
230 Creative Commons In Defense of Business Ethics - Said Business School Centre for Corporate Reputation Roger Crisp gives a talk on business ethics as part of the Said Business School's Seminar - The ethics of reputation and the reputation of ethics: oxymoron or research subject? Roger Crisp 27 May 2010
231 Creative Commons In Defense of Business Ethics - Said Business School Centre for Corporate Reputation Roger Crisp gives a talk on business ethics as part of the Said Business School's Seminar - The ethics of reputation and the reputation of ethics: oxymoron or research subject? Roger Crisp 27 May 2010
232 Creative Commons The Science of Ethics: What Counts as Good Research? Mark Sheehan gives a talk on research ethics and asks what counts as good research. Part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Mark Sheehan 27 May 2010
233 Creative Commons Procardis Study; Genome wide associations with Disease Paula Boddington gives a talk on the Procardis study as part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Paula Boddington 27 May 2010
234 Creative Commons Dealing in Pieces of Silver: Financial Inducements in Research Mark Sheehan gives a talk on the ethics of offering money or financial incentives to research participants as part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Mark Sheehan 27 May 2010
235 Creative Commons Good Practice for Research Collection and Biobanks Jane Kaye, Director of the HeLEX centre in Oxford, gives a talk on good practice in collecting research data and biobanks as part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Jane Kaye 27 May 2010
236 Creative Commons Genomics Research: Individuals and Families Paula Boddington gives a talk on the ethics of individuals and families as part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Paula Boddington 27 May 2010
237 Creative Commons Altruism and Reciprocity in the Governance of Human Genetic Databases Nadja Kanellopoulou gives a talk as part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in research Ethics. Nadja Kanellopoulou 27 May 2010
238 Creative Commons Research involving adults lacking the capacity to consent: The Mental Capacity Act 2005 Michael Dunn gives a talk on the legal and ethical issues surrounding research involving adults who lack the capacity to give consent. Part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Michael Dunn 27 May 2010
239 Creative Commons Ethics and Genomic Research Paula Boddington gives a talk on ethical issues within genomics research as part of the Oxford Bioethics Network series on Issues in Research Ethics. Paula Boddington 27 May 2010
240 Creative Commons Translating genomic research into clinical applications HeLEX Naomi Hawkins gives a talk as part of the Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) at Oxford series on Talking Law and Ethics. Naomi Hawkins 27 May 2010
241 Creative Commons What researchers should know about confidentiality and privacy HeLEX Liam Curren gives a talk on the legal issues surrounding privacy in medical research as part of the Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) at Oxford series. Liam Curren 27 May 2010
242 Creative Commons Who owns your research samples and information? HeLEX Jane Kaye gives a talk as part of the HeLEX: Talking Law and Ethics series from the Bioethics network series on Talking Law and Ethics (TLE). Jane Kaye 27 May 2010
243 Creative Commons Ethics, Hospitality and Radical Atheism: A Dialogue Dialogue between Martin Hägglund and Derek Attridge in Wadham College discussing Philosopher Jacques Derrida's ideas on hospitality and the challenge of Radical Atheism. Martin Hägglund, Derek Attridge 16 Apr 2010
244 Creative Commons An international perspective on promoting the responsible conduct of research Paul Taylor gives a talk as part of the Research Integrity Seminar Series held at the John Radcliffe hospital. Paul Taylor 04 Mar 2010
245 Unfit for Life: Genetically Enhance Humanity of Face Extinction A St Cross Special Ethics Seminar - If we are to avoid annihilation, we must either alter our political institutions, severely restrain our technology or change our nature (22 February 2010). Julian Savulescu 03 Mar 2010
246 Punitive War Professor of Law at Warwick University Victor Tadros gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). Victor Tadros 18 Feb 2010
247 Strategic thinking for an Age of Austerity David Blagden, DPhil candidate in International Relations in Oxford, gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). David Blagden 18 Feb 2010
248 War and Love: The Role of Special Relationships in the Ethics of War Dr Seth Lazar gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). Dapo Akande is the discussant. Seth Lazar, Dapo Akande 18 Feb 2010
249 Human Rights, Sovereignty and Military Intervention: A Dialogue with JS Mill Professor Michael Doyle gives a talk for the ELAC Hilary Term 2010 seminar series. This series is co-hosted by the ELAC and the University of Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War (CCW). Michael Doyle 18 Feb 2010
250 Creative Commons Questionable research practices and how to respond to them Seminar looking at questionable research practices, particularly within medical research and why we as scientists, we need to pay more attention to questionable research practices. Nick Steneck 30 Nov 2009
251 Creative Commons Who Cares About Research Integrity? Seminar looking at the importance of integrity within medical research. Part of the Research Integrity Seminar Series organised by Research Services, in collaboration with the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre. Mark Sheehan 30 Nov 2009
252 Creative Commons Research integrity and publication ethics Part one of a series of lectures looking at different aspects of research integrity and their application in biomedical research. Harvey Marcovitch 25 Nov 2009
253 Creative Commons Zero chance? Aiming for zero in weapons control These seminars were run by the Oxford Martin School (formerly the James Martin 21st Century School) in association with the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict. Richard Price 21 Oct 2009
254 Julian Savulescu's Monash Distinguished Alumni Julian Savulescu and the other Monash Distinguished Alumni discuss how Monash University has influenced their careers. Julian Savulescu 30 Jun 2009
255 Nick Bostrom on Global Catastrophic Risk and Simulation Theory In this podcast, Professor Bostrom, Director of the Future of Humanity Institute, discusses global catastrophic risks and his earlier work on the simulation theory. Nick Bostrom, Oliver Lewis 12 Sep 2008
256 Roger Crisp on Aristotle's Ethics Roger Crisp, Uehiro Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, discusses the ethics of Aristotle. Roger Crisp, Oliver Lewis 12 Sep 2008
257 Roger Crisp on Aristotle's Ethics Roger Crisp, Uehiro Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, discusses the ethics of Aristotle. Roger Crisp, Oliver Lewis 12 Sep 2008
258 Nick Bostrom on Global Catastrophic Risk and Simulation Theory In this podcast, Professor Bostrom, Director of the Future of Humanity Institute, discusses global catastrophic risks and his earlier work on the simulation theory. Nick Bostrom, Oliver Lewis 31 Aug 2008
259 Roger Crisp on Aristotle's Ethics Roger Crisp, Uehiro Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, discusses the ethics of Aristotle. Roger Crisp, Oliver Lewis 30 Aug 2008