Speaker Profiles:

Ethics

Ethics

Donna Dickenson

Donna Dickenson, Emeritus Professor of Medical Ethics at the University of London, specialises in presenting thorny ethical issues about the new biotechnologies to a wide popular audience. In 2006 she won the International Spinoza Lens Award for her contribution to public debate on ethics—becoming the first woman to be awarded the prize, whose other winners have included Edward Said, Michael Walzer and Richard Sennett.

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Mark Vernon

Dr Mark Vernon used to be a priest in the Church of England and is now a writer, pursuing the ancient philosophers’ great question, how to live? His books cover subjects from friendship and belief, to wellbeing and meaning.

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Adam Wishart

Adam Wishart is a writer and an award-winning documentary filmmaker. His work often deals with the conflict that exists between economics and medical ethics.

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James Holland brought the subject to life for a contemporary audience and still brought out the relevance to the business we conduct today. He was of course also a charming and amusing companion for a great and memorable evening.
Stephen White, Systematic UK

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