Details of the 2007-2008 series of Gifford Lectures.
Professor Robert M Veatch: Hippocratic, Religious and Secular Medical Ethics: The Points of Conflict
Professor Robert M Veatch's Gifford lecture explores conflicts between the Hippocratic Oath and other religious or secular ethical norms and traditions, and where these might be harmonised
Professor Alexander Nehamas: Because it was he, Because it was I: Friendship and its Place in Life
Professor Alexander Nehamas's Gifford lecture series 'Because it was he, Because it was I: Friendship and its Place in Life' reflects on the role of friendship in terms of morality and virtue, and how it has been viewed philosophically from Aristotle onwards