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1976–77 oxford Bernard Williams, Cambridge University michigan Joel Feinberg, University of Arizona “Voluntary Euthanasia and the Inalienable Right to Life” stanford Joel Feinberg, University of Arizona “Voluntary Euthanasia and the Inalienable Right to Life” 1977–78 oxford John Rawls, Harvard University michigan Sir Karl Popper, University of London “Three Worlds” stanford Thomas Nagel, Princeton University 1978–79 oxford Thomas Nagel, Princeton University “The Limits of Objectivity” cambridge C. C. O’Brien, London michigan Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University “Comparative Social Theory” stanford Amartya Sen, Oxford University “Equality of What?” utah Lord Ashby, Cambridge University “The Search for an Environmental Ethic” utah state R. M. 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