2018 | 2019
Issue No. 1 | Volume CXIX
Normative Facts and Reasons
Monday, 29 October 2018
17.30 - 19.15
London WC13 7HU
Fabienne Peter is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick and currently the Head of Department. She specializes in moral and political philosophy and in epistemology. The justification of political decisions has been a longstanding focus of her research and she has published extensively on political and democratic legitimacy. She is currently primarily working on topics in social, moral and political epistemology and in meta-ethics, especially on questions relating to the justification of actions and beliefs.
Senate House - University of London
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