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Strengthening Moral Courage in Public Life: Moral Thinking

Part of Westminster Abbey Institute's spring events season, Feeding the Soul


A robust moral decision is one that clearly identifies the moral issues at stake and takes them into account. For those in public office, being able to explain how they came to make such decisions is also critical. In this lecture, Claire Foster-Gilbert will offer a framework for making comprehensive and comprehendable moral decisions by describing goal-based, duty-based and right-based thinking processes.


Speaker(s):

Claire Foster-Gilbert | talks

 

Date and Time:

24 March 2014 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

Westminster Abbey
The Chapter Office
London
SW1P 3PA
020 7222 5152


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Tickets:

Free, but booking is essential. Priority will be given to public servants.

Available from:

www.westminster-abbey.org/institute

Additional Information:

Location: Lady Chapel

Speaker: Claire Foster-Gilbert, Director, Westminster Abbey Institute

Chair: The Right Honourable The Baroness Butler-Sloss GBE

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