- November 18, 2020
- Online via MS Teams
- 15:30 - 16:30
Dr Luke Brunning, Birmingham “Romantic Exclusivity”.
Luke Brunning is a lecturer in ethics. He teaches topics in ethics, applied ethics, and political philosophy, and supervises work in those areas. Romantic life, in its messy complexity, is his main research interest.
Before joining the University of Birmingham, he was a British Academy Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in philosophy at the University of Oxford, and a Non-Stipendiary Fellow at Corpus Christi College where he taught ethics.
His research focuses topics at the intersection of ethics, philosophy of emotion, and political philosophy. Romantic life, in its messy complexity, is his main research interest. He is fascinated by the ethical dimensions of romantic relationships, norms, and institutions, and by their relative neglect in the philosophical literature.
Contact Dr Suzanne Whitten, HAPP firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the seminar.
School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
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