In this bonus episode produced in association with the Open University, Tim Scanlon discusses the limits of free speech with Nigel Warburton. A transcript of this episode is available from www.open2.net/ethicsbites/
Direct download: Tim_Scanlon_on_Free_Speech.mp3
Category:Tim Scanlon -- posted at: 6:23am EDT

Do you own your body? If not, who does? These are important questions in an age in which there is extensive trade in body parts. Donna Dickenson, author of Body Shopping, discusses this issue with Nigel Warburton in this episode of Philosophy Bites.
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Category:Donna Dickenson -- posted at: 3:36pm EDT

In this bonus episode produced in association with The Open University, Mary Warnock, a philosopher who also sits in the House of Lords, addresses the question 'Do we have a right to have babies?' A transcript of this episode is available at http://www.open2.net/ethicsbites/right-have-babies.html
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Category:Mary Warnock -- posted at: 4:37am EDT

Thomas Aquinas, the thirteenth century Dominican is the subject of this episode of Philosophy Bites. Anthony Kenny explains the key features of Aquinas'  ethics in conversation with Nigel Warburton.
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Category:Anthony Kenny -- posted at: 5:08am EDT

In this bonus episode of Philosophy Bites made in association with the Open University, Michael Sandel addresses the question of whether we should allow genetic enhancement of athletes. Drawing on themes from his recent book, The Case Against Perfection, he discusses the ethical issues at stake. A transcript of this episode is available at www.open2.net/ethicsbites/
Direct download: Michael_Sandel_on_Genetic_Enhancement_in_Sports.mp3
Category:Michael Sandel -- posted at: 6:37pm EDT

Karl Marx's theory of alienated labour is the topic of this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Jonathan Wolff, author of Why Read Marx Today? explains what Marx meant by alienation. He also sheds light on Marx's controversial description of what non-alienated labour would be like.
Direct download: Johnathan_Wolff_on_Marx_on_Alienation_1.mp3
Category:Jonathan Wolff -- posted at: 7:07am EDT

In this bonus episode produced in association with the Open University as part of the Ethics Bites series, Peter Singer, perhaps the world's best known living philosopher, discusses how we treat animals. A transcript of this episode is available from www.open2.net/ethicsbites/

Direct download: Peter_Singer.mp3
Category:Peter Singer -- posted at: 5:48am EDT

Friedrich Hayek was a major figure in Twentieth Century economics and political philosophy, but his ideas are sometimes caricatured, not least because Margaret Thatcher approved of his work. Chandran Kukathas explains the key features of his liberalism in this episode of Philosophy Bites.
Direct download: Kukathasmix.mp3
Category:Chandran Kukathas -- posted at: 12:56pm EDT



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