Neil W. MacGill Lectures
The Neil W. MacGill Lecture series began in 2010 in honour of Professor of Philosophy Neil W. MacGill and his long standing commitment and dedication to students. Created by the Department of Philosophy, the lecture series is intended to challenge critical thinking on philosophical issues.
|Date||Name of Lecturer||Title of Lecture|
|November 2010||William Sweet||"When the Impossible was made Possible: Hannah Arendt's Doctrine of Radical Evil"|
|October 2011||Daniel Brandes||"Parenting, Licensing, and Integrity"|
|January 2017||Jeffery Smith||"On the Market's Plurality of Aims"|
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