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Cheyney C. Ryan

Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law

University of Oregon

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University of Oregon

5228 University Of Oregon

Eugene, Oregon,97403

United States

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The University of Oregon is a world-class teaching and research institution and Oregon's flagship public university. The UO is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), an organization made up of the 61 leading public and private research ins... more.

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Employment History

Human Rights Program Director, Professor of Philosophy and Law and Senior Fellow

ELAC


Affiliations

Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs

Senior Fellow


Oxford University

Research Fellow


Oxford Institute for Ethics Law and Armed Conflict

Visiting Research Fellow


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University of Oxford's Institute for Ethics , Law

Fellow


Education

master's degree

conflict studies


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Cheyney C. Ryan
Cheyney C. Ryan is a Global Ethics Fellow at Carnegie Council, research fellow at Oxford University and a professor of Philosophy and professor of Law at the University of Oregon, where he co-founded the graduate program in conflict and dispute resolution.


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Cheyney Ryan
ELAC Human Rights Program Director, Professor of Philosophy and Law (University of Oregon), and Senior Fellow, Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs (New York) Research interests: Pacifism and non-violence; contemporary just war theory.


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Cheyney Ryan
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original air date: May 27, 2015) - Professor Cheyney Ryan believes that people really don't want to fight wars anymore. Prof. Ryan works with the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law, and Armed Conflict. He is engaged in a multi-year project exploring the relation of pacifism and non-violence to contemporary just war theory. Ryan has written and spoken about war, peace, and pacifism for several decades. He is also a Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law at the University of Oregon. He has also taught at Harvard Law School and Northwestern University, and has been a fellow of the Oxford Changing Character of War Program. Dr. Ryan spoke at the Hinckley Institute on April 13, 2015 about changing attitudes about war and serving in the military compared with just a few decades ago. He argues that anti-war attitudes are generally the norm and prevalent among the American populace, and that war has generally lost its utility.


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Cheyney Ryan, University of Oregon


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Oct. 8 (5-6 p.m.): A discussion about Pacifism(s) featuring Dr. Cheyney Ryan, a fellow at the University of Oxford's Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict and professor of philosophy and law at the University of Oregon, where he founded the master's degree in conflict studies.
He will discuss the ethics of pacifism and the question of justified violence.


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