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Bloomsbury Ethics
(previously Continuum Ethics)

A series of books exploring key topics in contemporary ethics.

Bloomsbury Ethics is a series of books that will bridge the gap between new research work and undergraduate textbooks. They provide close examination of key concepts in contemporary moral philosophy. Aimed largely at upper-level undergraduates and research students, they will also appeal to researchers in the field. Authors will be expected to combine philosophical sophistication with an accessible style that can engage the educated reader. More details here:

http://www.continuumbooks.com/series/detail.aspx?SeriesId=2240

The first wave in books in this series – ‘Reasons’ by Eric Wiland has just come out – with more on the way. New book proposals are welcomed.

Possible Topics:

Capabilities
Duty
Error Theory
Experimental Ethics
Expressivism
Freedom and Morality
Just War
Moral Knowledge
Moral Narrative and Personality
Moral Psychology and Character
Punishment
Relativism
Utility

Anyone interested in contributing to this series should contact both series editors:

Thom Brooks (Newcastle) (t.brooks (at) newcastle.ac.uk)
http://thombrooks.info

Simon Kirchin (Kent) (s.t.kirchin (at) kent.ac.uk)
http://www.kent.ac.uk/secl/philosophy/staff/kirchin.html


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