Responsibility & Relationships

September 27, 2012 - September 28, 2012
Philosophy Department, The College of William & Mary

The Hospitality House
Williamsburg
United States

Main speakers:

John Martin Fischer
University of California, Riverside
Pamela Hieronymi
University of California, Los Angeles
Jeanette Kennett
Macquarie University
Victoria McGeer
Princeton University
Jeffrie Murphy
Arizona State University
Galen Strawson
University of Reading
R. Jay Wallace
University of California, Berkeley
Gary Watson
USC

Organisers:

Neal Tognazzini
The College of William & Mary

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of P. F. Strawson's 'Freedom and Resentment'. In honor of its remarkable influence over the past half-century, the philosophy department at The College of William & Mary is hosting a two-day conference this fall, *Responsibility & Relationships*, that will explore Strawsonian themes in contemporary moral philosophy, psychology, and the law, including new work on blame, punishment, and the moral emotions. And you're all invited.

It's happening on September 27-28, 2012, and participants include Lucy Allais, Laura Ekstrom, John Martin Fischer, Bennett Helm, Pamela Hieronymi, Jeanette Kennett, Adrienne Martin, Victoria McGeer, Jeffrie Murphy, Dana Nelkin, Paul Russell, Tim Scanlon, David Shoemaker, Dan Speak, Galen Strawson, R. Jay Wallace, and Gary Watson.

Information about travel, lodging, and registration is up on the website. So go take a look, and plan on joining us for some great philosophy and, I hope, a beautiful few days exploring America's Historic Triangle. Contact Neal Tognazzini (natognazzini@wm.edu) with any questions or comments.

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September 1, 2012, 2:00pm EST

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