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Faculty of Philosophy


Many states have recently expanded their definition of marriage to allow marriage between same-sex couples: a welcome move towards equality. But does it go far enough?

Philosopher Clare Chambers argues that the state should not recognise marriage at all, because doing so undermines equality and liberty.

This talk is part of the Alumni Festival and tickets must be booked. Booking opens on Monday 24 July.

Lecture ticket: £15 (concessions £12) / eligible for price deal
Saturday, 23 September, 2017 - 16:00 to 17:00
Contact name: 
Alumni Office
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Contact phone: 
01223 332288
Event location: 
Sidgwick Site