Utilitarian Approaches in Animal Ethics
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Monday Sept. 9
2:30-3:45: Bob Fischer, "Utilitarianism for Animals, Kantianism for People"
Commenter: Clare Palmer
4-5:15: Jeff Sebo, "The Many Levels of Animal Ethics"
Commenter: Emilian Mihailov
Tuesday Sept. 10
9am-10: Lucius Caviola, "Utilitarianism for Animals, Kantianism for People? Speciesism in Sacrificial Moral Dilemmas"
10:15-11:30: Guy Kahane, "Why People Prioritize Humans Over Animals: A Framework for Moral Anthropocentrism"
Commenter: Richard Rowland
11:30-1: Lunch break
1-2:15: Fiona Woollard, "Animals and the Doing/Allowing Distinction"
Commenter: Thomas Sinclair
2:30-4: Adam Lerner, "Selective Psychopathy Towards Animals"
Commenter: Kanako Takae
6pm Dinner at Fir Tree Pub, 163 Iffley Rd, Oxford OX4 1EJ
Wednesday Sept. 11
9am-10:15: Molly Gardner, "Is There an Egalitarian Reason to Promote Animal Well-Being?"
Commenter: Tyler John
10:30-11:45: David Killoren, "Relationship-Sensitive Utilitarianism About Animals"
Commenter: Nicolas Delon
Noon-1:15: Julia Driver, "Hunting, Butchering, and Authenticity"
Commenter: Theron Pummer
Questions can be directed to David Killoren (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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