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Second Annual Anscombe Lecture in Ethics
When: Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 at 12 Noon — Lunch will be served
Where: Amado Room, Irvine Auditorium 110 | 3401 Spruce Street
Dr. Peter Wicks,
Catherine of Sienna Fellow in Ethics, Villanova University
Peter Wicks is Catherine of Siena Fellow in the Ethics Program of Villanova University. He was born in London and educated at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. He received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame in 2010. His doctoral dissertation interrogated the role of language in the formation of moral judgment. He is currently working on a book on Princeton Philosopher Peter Singer and the appeal of utilitarian ethics.
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The Annual Anscombe Lecture in Ethics commemorates Elizabeth Anscombe (1919 – 2001), former Penn Professor of Philosophy and one of the most influential woman philosophers and Catholic intellectuals of the modern era.
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