The War in Ukraine: A Philosophers' Talk
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has so far caused thousands of casualties, millions of refugees, humanitarian crisis, economic collapse, and the emergence of a new threat of nuclear war. Putting Europe under the gravest threat since World War II, this crisis begs for fresh moral, political and legal perspectives regarding the ethical foundations of this war - and its possible implications.
The event is open to the public. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
You can join the event on Zoom via this link. Please note that there's a limit of 500 people maximum that will be able to join the talk online.
Convenors: Jeff McMahan and Elad Uzan