Professor Lawrence Wilde on ‘A Radical Humanist Ethic for Global Solidarity’

In this short audio interview, Professor Lawrence Wilde elaborates on possible paths for a radical humanist ethic and discusses the concept of global solidarity. We had the chance to meet Lawrence Wilde at the occasion of his talk as part of the Sociology Seminar series at the University of Glasgow.

Lawrence Wilde is Emeritus Professor of Political Theory at Nottingham Trent University. He has published widely in the area of Marxism and Ethics, focusing especially on the concept of solidarity. Last year, he published a book on Global Solidarity and he is currently working on a book on Thomas More’s Utopia.

To listen the interview click here.