The Ethical Imagination
2006 Massey LecturesAudiobook CD - 2006
Margaret Somerville holds professorships at McGill University in both the Faculty of Law - where she holds the Samuel Gale Chair - and the Faculty of Medicine and was founding director of the McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law. She has been active in the worldwide development of bioethics and in the study of the wider legal and ethical aspects of medicine and science. Professor Somerville is widely published, has been an invited speaker at numerous international conferences on ethical and legal aspects of science and society, and is a regular contributor to all forms of media. CBC Radio began the Massey Lectures in 1961 to provide a forum on radio where major contemporary thinkers could address important issues of our time. The series is named for the former Governor General of Canada, Vincent Massey. CBC's partners in the Massey Lectures are Massey College in the University of Toronto and House of Anansi Press, publishers of the Massey Lectures books. The Massey Lectures are recorded in front of live audiences across the country and broadcast on the CBC Radio One program IDEAS.
Publisher: [Toronto] : CBC Audio, p2006
Branch Call Number: NFBCD 170.44 Som 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 5 sound discs (ca. 5 hr.) :,digital ;,12 cm., in container
Alternative Title: Ideas (Radio program)