Date and time: Tuesday, June 4, 12:15–13:20
Daniel Weinstock is MacDonald Professor of Law at McGill University, where he teaches both law and philosophy. Before moving to McGill, Weinstock held a Canada Research Chair in ethics and political philosophy at the Université de Montréal, where he was the founding director of the Centre de recherche en éthique de l'Université de Montréal. In 2004, Professor Weinstock was appointed a fellow of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation. He has published about 100 scholarly articles on a wide range of issues in ethics and political philosophy. His current interests focus on the political philosophy of the city, on health equity, and on ethical issues that arise with respect to education, children, and the family. He has contributed to public debate on important policy issues by taking part in a number of commissions that have focussed on issues as diverse as religion in schools, reasonable accommodation, euthanasia and assisted suicide, and the response to the flu pandemic.
Event sponsored by the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.