These seminars take place every week in term time throughout the year, on Mondays from 4.30 to 6.30, usually in the Lecture Room at the Philosophy Centre, Radcliffe Humanities, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6GG.
The seminars are open to all. Those who attend are invited to join the speaker and the convenor for wine and dinner at Somerville College immediately following the end of the seminar, though the number of diners cannot exceed fourteen. Vegetarian meals and wine for students will be paid for by the convenor.
Moral Philosophy Seminar
Trinity Term 2017
|24 April||David Brink (UCSD) "Two Kinds of Culpability" (Abstract)|
|1 May||Douglas MacLean (UNC, Chapel Hill) "A Plea For Humanism" (Abstract)|
|8 May||Michael Otsuka (LSE) "Personal Identity, Substantial Change, and the Significance of Becoming" (Abstract)|
|15 May||Thomas Hurka (Toronto) "More Seriously Wrong/More Importantly Right" (Abstract)|
|22 May||Peter Singer (Princeton & Melbourne) "What Should We Maximise?" (Abstract) [Video]
(Please note the change of venue for this seminar to the Oxford Martin School)
|29 May||Ralph Wedgwood (USC) "Three Conceptions of the Measurement of Value" (Abstract)|
|5 June||Thomas Scanlon (Harvard) "Contractualism and Justification" (Abstract)
(Please note the change of venue for this seminar to Corpus Christi College Auditorium)
Véronique Munoz-Dardé (UCL and UC Berkeley)