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Value in Morality and Politics
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The Faculty of Philosophy in conjunction with Routledge present the fifth annual Routledge Lecture in Philosophy. The lecture will consider ways in which ideas of goodness and value in recent moral philosophy have been shaped and perhaps distorted by what has been seen as their role in accounts of moral right and wrong, and theories of justice. The lecture is FREE and open to the public, no reservations or tickets necessary.
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