Conference on the Ethics of War

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Conference on the Ethics of War

Time: March 27, 2015 to March 28, 2015
Location: United States Military Academy
City/Town: West Point, NY
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Event Type: conference
Organized By: Graham Parsons
Latest Activity: Feb 19, 2015

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On March 27th and 28th, West Point will host the second annual conference on the ethics of war, a project of Villanova University and West Point. The conference will feature some of the most renowned experts in the field, as well as undergraduates form Villanova and West Point. Nigel Biggar, Richard B. Miller, Fiona Robinson, and Jeremy Waldron will each address plenary sessions while Michael Walzer will provide the keynote address. The conference is a rare opportunity for students and academics to discuss these urgent and complex issues with military officers and cadets.

For more information and to register, please go to Registration is $60 per person and includes daily refreshments, a lunch and dinner.

We hope to see you at West Point in March!

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