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Seminars in Moral Philosophy

These seminars take place every week in term time throughout the year, on CEPL Logo
Mondays from 4.30 to 6.30 in the Lecture Room at the Philosophy Centre, Radcliffe Humanities, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6GG.

All philosophers are welcome to attend, and also to join the speaker for drinks after the talk, and later for dinner.

Michaelmas Term 2014

Oct 13 Billy Dunaway (Oxford), 'Objectivity and Triviality' [Abstract]
Oct 20 Alex Gregory (Southampton) 'Reasons as Good Bases' [Abstract]
Oct 27 Robert Audi (Notre Dame) 'A Theory of Intuition and Its Role in Rational Disagreement' [Abstract]
Nov 3 Pauline Kleingeld (Groningen) 'A Kantian Solution to the Trolley Problem' [Abstract]
Nov 10 Cora Diamond (Virginia)
Nov 17 Richard Rowland (Oxford) 'Why Moral Convergence Matters' [Abstract]
Nov 24 Nicholas Shackel (Cardiff) 'Normative Rationality and Constitutive Rationality'
Dec 1 Christine Korsgaard (Harvard) [Joint event with the Uehiro Centre; lecture to be held in the Oxford Martin School] 'The Moral and Legal Standing of Animals - Lecture 1: Animals, Human Beings and Persons' [Abstract]

Organizers:
Edward Harcourt (edward.harcourt@philosophy.ox.ac.uk)
Guy Kahane (guy.kahane@philosophy.ox.ac.uk)

 

Past Seminars (including photos)

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