A virtual class studying writings in which Marx and Engels set down the foundations of 'Marxism', in particular the materialist theory of history and the theory of ideology, as well as providing a suggestive and controversial picture of communism.
Do you think reproductive cloning is morally permissible? Do you check food labels to exclude buying any with GM ingredients? Would you worry if the government introduced compulsory depositing of DNA in the national DNA bank?
An exploration of both the distinctive ethical questions raised by some of the developments in neuroscience, and the ways they might change our understanding of ethics itself, by revealing the biological basis of human morality.
An interdisciplinary course providing a three-way bridge between, respectively, conceptual challenges, advances in the cognitive sciences and neurosciences, and innovations in policy and practice in mental health.
A unique full-time residential course designed to equip you with the practical skills and theoretical understanding needed to contribute effectively to conservation research and action in the developing world.