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History & The Arts
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.
Nigel explains the dangers of cause and correlation, rash generalisations and straw men.
What standards do we apply when we apportion blame? Are there degrees of censure?
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.
TV, Radio & Events
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
Health, Sports & Psychology
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.
Philosophy thrives on conversation, says Nigel Warburton
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