Apology and Compensation

September 14, 2018 - September 15, 2018
Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace

Stockholms universitet
Stockholm 10691
Sweden

All speakers:

University of Sheffield
Rutgers University - New Brunswick
Stockholm University
(unaffiliated)
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
University of California, San Diego (PhD)
University of Zürich
University of Warwick

Organisers:

Stockholm University
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München

Topic areas

Talks at this conference

Add a talk

Details

Conflict pervades human life. In personal relationships and during criminal activity, in armed conflict and war, in oppressive and unjust states, people wrong their fellow human beings. After conflict amends must be made. Amends for the harms and wrongs of conflict can take many forms, most commonly apologies and compensation. But when, if ever, are apologies and compensation required or expected? Who ought to apologise? Do people have a right to an apology? Does a sincere apology require a change in character? Who ought to be compensated? What kind of suffering should be compensated and by whom? What grounds claims to compensation? Though particularly relevant to post-conflict situations, questions surrounding amends for harms and wrongs have received comparatively little attention within the ethics of war. Drawing on ongoing debates about moral responsibility and compensation in tort law, this workshop will help to advance our understanding of what morality requires after war ends.

This two-day workshop brings together scholars working on the morality of compensation and apology. Papers are pre-read and every paper will be assigned a commentator.

Supporting material

Add supporting material (slides, programs, etc.)

Reminders

Registration

Yes

August 1, 2018, 5:00am CET

Who is attending?

No one has said they will attend yet.

1 person may be attending:

Michael Yeo
(unaffiliated)

See all

Will you attend this event?


Let us know so we can notify you of any change of plan.

RSVPing on PhilEvents is not sufficient to register for this event.