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  • Moral philosophy: normative ethical theories; applied ethics

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‘This might be a watershed for American feminism’: Amia Srinivasan on repealing Roe vs Wade

  • How could different normative theories be applied to the question of abortion rights?

  • Is consent a reliable guide to moral rightness?

  • Can desires be praiseworthy or blameworthy?

  • Should contemporary philosophers have a bigger role in public life?

Jack Robertson, Queen Elizabeth’s School Barnet

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