G. F. Scarre

Geoffrey Scarre is Professor of Philosophy at Durham University, UK. In recent years he has taught and published mainly in the areas of moral theory and applied ethics. His several books include Death (Acumen/McGill-Queens, 2007), Mill’s On Liberty: A Reader’s Guide (Continuum, 2007) and On Courage (Routledge, 2010); he has also edited (with Chris Scarre) The Ethics of Archaeology (C.U.P., 2006) and (with Robin Coningham) Appropriating the Past (C.U.P., 2013). He is a founder and director of the Durham University Centre for the Ethics of Cultural Heritage (established 2009).

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