Remembrance Lecture (Prof Esther Reed)

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“The Use of Drones for Targeted Killing: ethical questions of modern warfare”

To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, there will be a lecture series covering aspects of reconciliation, remembering the dead, and the ethics of armed conflict.

About the speaker

Esther Reed is Professor of Christian Ethics at the University of Exeter and President of the UK Society for the Study of Christian Ethics.

Ticket information

Lectures take place in the Chapter House, and admission is free, but advanced booking is advised. Telephone 01392 285983 (Monday to Friday) or book online.

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