1. The virtue of translating works of literature stands unquestioned. But the rationale has not been adequately examined
The virtue of translating works of literature stands unquestioned. But the rationale has not been adequately examined
Arts & Letters Daily
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2. The Union as a Basic Institution of Society
My new book, In the Name of Liberty: The Argument for Universal Unionization, (Cambridge University Press, 2020) contains three essays. The book's first essay shows that even in a libertarian utopia, unions would naturally arise as a result of free market transactions with which no one has a right . . .
Amer Philosophy Assoc
2 days ago
3. Event Summary: Vaccine Policies and Challenge Trials: The Ethics of Relative Risk in Public Health
St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Presented by Dr Sarah Chan, 18 November 2021 In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Dr Sarah Chan explores three key areas of risk in 'challenge trials' - the deliberate infection of human participants to infectious agents as a tool for vaccine development and . . .
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