“Friday, March 11, 2005 Reception at 6:00PM Dinner at 6:30PM The Olympic Club Lakeside The Lounge Skyline Boulevard at John Muir Drive San Francisco, California 94132 (have a check box and the phrase…”) Please reserve my spot at the Ramsey dinner RSVP by February 15, 2005 Limited Seating]
March 11, 2005
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network is hosting its annual Paul Ramsey Award Dinner at the Lakeside Olympic Club in San Francisco. The 2004 Ramsey Award went to Dr. Edmund Pellegrino for his significant contribution to the field of bioethics (link his name to a page im making).
The Paul Ramsey Award is given to those who have demonstrated exemplary achievement in the field of bioethics.
Paul Ramsey was the Harrington Spear Paine Professor of Religion at Princeton University and is regarded by many as one of the most important ethicists of the twentieth century. From the publication of his classic, Basic Christian Ethics, in 1950 until his death in 1988, his pioneering writings decisively shaped moral discourse and reflection in the areas of theology, law, politics, and medicine. Considered a moral conservative, Dr. Ramsey wrote on topics as diverse as abortion ethics and just war theory. His thinking laid a foundation for Christian ethical discourse into this century.
Nominations for the Ramsey Award close on January 31, 2005 and the announcement of the winnter will be made in February.
To make your nomination and/or to reserve your seat at the dinner please fill out the following form by including your name and information and including the name of the person nominated and his / her information.
Also include an essay up to 500 words on why you feel this person should receive the Paul Ramsey Award
View the nominating committee and committee chairman.
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