Moral Evil in Practical Ethics
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Moral Evil in Practical Ethics is an interdisciplinary international two-day conference organised by the Science and Religious Conflict Project Team, under the auspices of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, and kindly sponsored by The Mind Association and the Society for Applied Philosophy. The conference will examine and promote discussion of the role of evil as a moral concept in practical ethics, exploring its positive and negative implications to moral thought and practice. Further details including list of speakers, titles and abstracts available on the conference webpage.
A drinks reception and conference dinner will take place on 21 January at University Club.
Registration: Places at the conference are free, but strictly limited. Please email [email protected] with the subject "MEPE Registration" to book a place.
Conference dinner: Please also indicate whether or not you wish to attend the optional drinks reception and dinner on 21 January at a cost of £60.00 per person, and if so, provide details of any special dietary requirements.
Contact: [email protected]
January 21, 2012, 9:00am BST
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