University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law

Friday 25th January 2013, 13:00

LCIL Lunchtime Lecture: 'Amity, Enmity and Identity'

A Lecture by Dr Rory Brown, Barrister, 9 Stone Buildings, London




Dr Rory Brown, Barrister, 9 Stone Buildings, London (Chambers profile »)



Friday 25 January 2013



1pm (with a sandwich lunch, sponsored by Cambridge University Press, from 12:30pm)



Finley Library, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, 5 Cranmer Road, Cambridge 



The roles played by amity, enmity and identity in the British-American response to terrorism as a way of to attempting to understand their contribution to the philosophy and phenomenology of international law. The discussion will touch upon the important and conflicting visions presented by Samuel Huntington and Martha Nussbaum as well as other contemporary philosophers relevant to international jurisprudence.


Approx. running time: 47 minutes

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