Michael Sandel. 2009 Reith Lecturer, discusses the moral limits of markets. You can follow Nigel Warburton discussing Sandel's first Reith lecture on Twitter on www.twitter.com/philosophybites from 10.15 p.m UK time on the 13th June as this lecture is broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Add '#goodradio' or '#Reith2009' to any comments you make on Twitter.
Direct download: Michael_Sandel_on_What_Shouldnt_Be_Sold.mp3
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Philosophy Bites looks at ethical questions raised by enhancement. Technological developments have opened up many new opportunities for intervening in biological processes to improve ourselves. Allen Buchanan of Duke University discusses some of these and their implications in conversation with Nigel Warburton.
Direct download: Allen_Buchanan_on_Enhancement.mp3
Category:Allen Buchanan -- posted at: 3:58am EST

Moral psychology is the empirical study of how people make moral judgements. In this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast Walter Sinnott-Armstrong discusses the relevance of psychological research to moral philosophy.
Direct download: Walter_Sinnott-Armstrong_on_Moral_Psychology.mp3
Category:Walter Sinnott-Armstrong -- posted at: 9:29am EST



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