Richard Norman

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Professor Richard J. Norman

Richard J. Norman, BA (Cantab), PhD (London), is a British academic, philosopher and humanist. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Kent, and Vice-President of the British Humanist Association.


Norman formerly taught philosophy at the University of Kent, where his areas of interest were mainly moral and political philosophy, including both theoretical and practical ethics.[1][2]


His published works include:

  • The Moral Philosophers (1983)
  • Free and Equal (1987)
  • Ethics, Killing and War (1995)
  • On Humanism (2004)


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