Given there is no consensus, in the history of philosophy or theology, about how a rational agent ought to solve complex moral dilemmas, Dr. Matthews will advocate that the thick theoretical differences that separate us are not as significant as the thin universals that unite us as rational moral agents.
Dr Philip Matthews is Senior Lecturer and Undergraduate
Coordinator of Philosophy at the School of Philosophy and Theology, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle.
This lecture is part of the Three University Lecture Series, a cooperative venture of Notre Dame, Murdoch and UWA. The lecture will be about one hour duration, with opportunity for questions/conversation, followed by drinks/snacks. FREE event. Please RSVP to [email protected]