Tag Archives: Lesley Close
Sir Terry Pratchett, OBE – (1948-2015)
Posted on 13th March 2015 by Nick Kent
Sir Terry Pratchett, the much-loved author of the satirical Discworld fantasy novels, has died at the age of 66. A prolific writer and collaborator (he wrote books with Neil Gaiman and Stephen Baxter, and worked with both electric folk band … Continue reading →
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Raymond Tallis in Philosophy Now
Posted on 29th July 2014 by Nick Kent
Professor Raymond Tallis writes in the latest issue of Philosophy Now, following his appearance at the Hay Festival 2014 with Lesley Close, co-editor (with Jo Cartwright) of our book, Assisted Dying: Who Makes the Final Decision.
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The RSA debate on Assisted Dying
Posted on 11th June 2014 by Nick Kent
Watch an RSA debate on assisted dying, featuring the co-editor of Assisted Dying: Who Makes the Final Decision, Lesley Close, as well as one of the contributors, Professor Ray Tallis.
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