Philip Hodgkiss is a sociologist by background who has drawn increasingly on moral philosophy and ethics to research the origins of the idea and ideal of dignity and the role of choice in social affairs. He was formerly Senior Lecturer in Applied Social Thought in the Department of Social Work and Social Care at the Manchester Metropolitan University, and is author of several publications on moral philosophy and social thought.
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