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One of the recent lectures was by Michael Sandel. Sandel has been teaching political philosophy at Harvard University since 1980. Rumor has it that his course is the most popular one on campus. His classroom holds about a thousand students.
This is a condensed version of his popular university class Justice: A Journey in Moral Reasoning.
In it, he analyzes the meaning of justice in the modern world.