Clare Chambers

Clare Chambers is one of the most interesting and original philosophers in the UK today, known for her work on marriage and, as a member of the Nuffield Council, on bioethics. She has worked with the BBC, contributing to their Rethink series with an essay on the body and debating issues of offense with Jordan Peterson. She is Professor of Political Philosophy and a Fellow of Jesus College, University of Cambridge. The author of an acclaimed book, Against Marriage, she specialises in feminism, bioethics, contemporary liberalism and theories of social justice.