Professor of Philosophy Matthew Chrisman argues for the need to put consensus first in a Brexit report
It’s been almost a year and a half since the Brexit referendum.
Whether you voted to leave the EU or not, the time is coming for us to bid adieu to our friends on the continent. But what does this mean for the average Scot?
How will the decision to leave the EU affect our daily lives? And what can we do about it?
Edinburgh’s own Matthew Chrisman has contributed to a report detailing the impact of Brexit on Scotland.
To find out how this decision is going to affect the price of a pint or the makeup of our student population, take a look at the report:
About Matthew Chrisman
Matthew Chrisman is Head of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. His research interests include political philosophy, philosophy of language and metaethics.