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Alex Norman Speaks at the Oxford Human Rights Festival

Director of the DLCC, Alex Norman, recently delivered a talk at the Oxford Human Rights Festival, 2018, organised by Oxford Brookes University. Video footage of this talk, which reflected on compassion, and on Alex’s work with the Dalai Lama, can be viewed here: In addition to directing the DLCC Alex … Continue reading

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Benedikt Göcke on Moderate Transhumanism

DLCC Fellow Professor Benedikt Göcke’s research for the DLCC on the ethics of transhumanism has recently been published in leading philosophy of religion journal, Faith and Philosophy. In this paper Professor Göcke discusses the implications of Christian ethics for transhumanism. In a forthcoming piece Göcke examines the relationship between compassion generally, … Continue reading

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Compassion Talks at Brighton College

As part of a planned Compassion For Schools initiative, Alex Norman, Director DLCC, spent the morning of October 18th with children of various ages at Brighton College, speaking about the ethics of compassion. In his Assembly address, he described how as an infant the Dalai Lama was identified as the … Continue reading

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Communicating Values Today

DLCC Fellow Dr Mikolaj Sławkowski-Rode has been invited to give a keynote address to the European bishops responsible for social communications on the theme of communicating values today. This event will take place in Glasgow, November 2016. In addition to being a Fellow of the DLCC Dr Sławkowski-Rode member of the … Continue reading

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Alexander Stoddart to Become Honorary Fellow of the DLCC

Alexander (Sandy) Stoddart,  Her Majesty’s Sculptor in Ordinary in Scotland, has recently accepted an Honorary Fellowship with the DLCC. Stoddart is known for figurative neoclassical sculptures, his most famous works including the bronze statues of David Hume (pictured left) and Adam Smith on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. In Oxford … Continue reading

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