Philosophical moral psychology: an international meeting of classic and empirically informed philosophy

July 9, 2020 - July 10, 2020
Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg

Franziskanergasse 1
5020 Salzburg
Austria

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Sponsor(s):

  • Austrian Research Foundation (ÖFG)
  • Austrian Society for Philosophy (ÖGP)

Keynote speakers:

Cornell University
Princeton University

Organisers:

Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
University of Salzburg

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Philosophical moral psychology deals with concepts and phenomena that have long been subject of philosophical and empirical investigations. Whilst research has for a long time proceeded in parallel, in recent decades a young generation of philosophers has entered the scene who approaches issues in moral psychology by combining classic philosophical and empirical methodology. The main aim of the workshop is to initiate an ongoing discussion between philosophers who work on classic and empirical philosophical moral psychology, respectively.

Authors of accepted papers will benefit from an in-depth discussion of their paper and feedback from experts in their respective field. We encourage submissions on all topics in philosophical moral psychology (broadly construed), including, for example, agency, moral responsibility, moral cognition, moral motivation, self-control, weakness of will, addiction, emotions, and social interaction.

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June 16, 2020, 9:00am CET

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