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Nigel Warburton on... absurd consequences

Nigel helps us grapple with the nuts and bolts of thinking clearly about absurd consequences, hypothetical questions, sweeping statements, false dichotomy and consistency of argument.

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Nigel Warburton on... cause and correlation

Nigel explains the dangers of cause and correlation, rash generalisations and straw men.

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Nigel Warburton on... blame

What standards do we apply when we apportion blame? Are there degrees of censure?

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The principle of double effect

Is there a difference between deliberately killing someone and doing something that will lead to their death? Nigel Warburton explores the Doctrine of Double Effect.

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Ethics Bites - Meet the presenters

You'd expect the the hosts of a series like Ethics Bites to be well-versed in their subject matter, and David and Nigel don't disappoint

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Ethics Bites - About the podcast

Philosophy is often condemned for being divorced from reality – but that’s hardly an accusation that could be levelled at Ethics Bites – which tackles some of our most contentious moral issues.

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Nigel Warburton on... philosophy and conversation

Philosophy thrives on conversation, says Nigel Warburton

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