The Philosophy Faculty has considerable strengths in legal, moral and political philosophy. The White’s Chair of Moral Philosophy is one of the most distinguished Ethics chairs in the world; and the faculty has strong connections with political and legal philosophers based in the Politics and IR department and the Law Faculty.
As a result, it has acted as one of the main sites for research on the ethics of war and peace. Jeff McMahan is the current holder of the White’s Chair; Cecile Fabre is a member of the Faculty, as are Tom Simpson and John Gardner, all of whom have published on the ethics of killing in general and the ethics of war in particular.
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