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A resource in support of the Agnes Scott College McNair Ethics Lecture by Holmes Rolston III.
Last Updated: Dec 17, 2013 URL: Print Guide

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Holmes Rolston III

Image courtesy of Colorado State University where Rolston is University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy.


Biographical Notes

Rolston's publications include Genes, Genesis and God; Science and Religion: A Critical Survey; Philosophy Gone Wild; Environmental Ethics; and Conserving Natural Value. He has edited Biology, Ethics, and the Origins of Life. His articles have appeared in a wide range of journals, including Ethics, Inquiry, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Theology Today, Natural History, Conservation Biology, Yale Journal of International Law, and Christianity Today. He was distinguished Visiting Professor of Bioethics at Yale University, 2005-2006.

Professor Rolston was awarded the Templeton Prize in Religion in 2003, bestowed by H.R.H. Prince Philip in Buckingham Palace. Other awards include the Mendel Medal, given by Villanova University in 2005.


Ethics Lecture

Holmes Rolston III will lecture on ASC's campus Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009 at 7:30pm in the Katharine Woltz Reception Room, Rebekah Scott Hall.  The lecture is free and open to the public.  Need more info?  Email

This event is co-sponsored by the Agnes Scott Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, Beta of Georgia, through its McNair Lecture Fund . 
This is a four-part series, inspired by the International Year of Astronomy and Project Galileo.


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