The BBC used to broadcast this (download the lecture, ignore the rest, h/t Leiter) kind of programme while we were cooking the dinner, or taking a break as the children rested in the afternoon.
I last saw Onora O'Neill in an extraordinarily lovely house in Norfolk when the world was full of hope and we thought that we had won for individualism and democracy and beauty. Quite a long time ago. But she is still as fascinating and as right as she was then. So when you start the dinner, turn her on.
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