Carl F. Cranor
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
Faculty Member, Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program
University of California, Riverside
Law and science are typically utilized to protect the public’s health from toxic substances, but both must be appropriate for the task and well administered. Based on his recently published Tragic Failures (Oxford, 2017), Cranor will discuss how administrative health laws and the tort or personal injury law, using needed science, can better protect the public.
Refreshments will be served at 2 p.m. before the lecture.
Please contact Warren Schmaus, professor of philosophy, with any questions.
Hermann Hall 002