Wednesday 19 October 2016

Philip Shadd at Ryerson

On Thursday October 27th CPRSE Research Associate Philip Shadd presented his most recent research, which concerns the issue of institutional rights and of hospitals as conscientious objectors in particular. His line of argument is inspired and informed by neo-Calvinist social thought. This issue and argument should especially be of interest to anyone concerned with religion given that religious reservations to physician-assisted death are common.

The talk was part of Ryerson's Philosophy of Religion Reading Group, organized by Dr. Klaas Kraay.