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Practical Ethics Video Series

The Practical Ethics Video Series makes the most important and complex debates in practical ethics accessible to a wide audience through brief interviews with high profile philosophers. In this series of interviews with Dr Katrien Devolder (Philosophy, Oxford), Peter Singer, Shelly Kagan, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, John Harris and many others discuss a wide range of topics including Ethical AI, Medical Ethics, Privacy, Animal Ethics. See tabbed content below for featured interview.

Thinking Out Loud: Corona Edition

Katrien Devolder announces a new Thinking Out Loud: Corona Edition video series with philosophers and other experts discussing ethical issues raised by the corona-crisis. See tabbed content below for updated playlist.

Thinking Out Loud: Corona Edition

Announcing the New Thinking Out Loud: Corona Edition

Thinking Out Loud: Corona Edition
In this video, Katrien Devolder announces a new Thinking Out Loud video series with philosophers and other experts discussing ethical issues raised by the corona-crisis. Interviews to follow.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/4Clj5cjXH3Q

Peter Singer: What caused the coronavirus pandemic?

In this Thinking Out Loud interview, Katrien Devolder talks to philosopher Peter Singer about the causes of the coronavirus outbreak and what ought to be done to prevent future pandemics. 
 

https://www.youtube.com/embed/hvLQgK5uuQI
Practical Ethics Series: Featured Interview

Peter Singer on the Global Kidney Exchange Programme

In this interview with Katrien Devolder (University of Oxford), Prof. Peter Singer (Princeton and Melbourne Universities) defends the Global Kidney Exchange (GKE) programme, which matches donor–recipient pairs across high-income, medium-income, and low-income countries. The GKE has been accused of being a form of organ trafficking, exploiting the poor, and involving coercion and commodification of donors.  Peter Singer refutes these claims, and argues that the GKE promotes global justice and reduces the potential for people in need of kidneys in low-income and medium-income countries to be exploited.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/sUOXFt3FVgQ
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