British Society for Ethical Theory Annual Conference

July 12, 2021 - July 14, 2021

This event is online

Selected speakers:

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
University of Southern California
University of Southern California
Tulane University
Oxford University
Virginia Tech
London School of Economics
West Virginia University
University of Sheffield
University of Helsinki

Organisers:

Nottingham University

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This year the annual conference of the British Society for Ethical Theory will be held online, 12-14 July.


Nine excellent talks on ethics spread over three afternoons, from the comfort of your own home. No registration fee, though those attending should be members of BSET. For further information, please see: www.bset.org.uk


Keynote Speakers:

Professor Alison Hills (University of Oxford)

Professor David Enoch (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)


Submitted Talks:

Jasmine Gunkel ‘Do I Really Have to Say “Feed Two Birds with One Scone”?’

Robert Hartman ‘Moral Luck, Humility, and Benevolence’

Jordan MacKenzie ‘Self-Deception as Self-Defeat’

Nick Makins ‘Moral Doubt, Uncertainty and Ambivalence’

Daniel Miller ‘When Moral Ignorance is an Excuse’

Yonatan Shemmer ‘Treating as a Reason’

Teemu Toppinen and Vilma Venesmaa ‘An Expressivist Explanation for Our Knowledge of Normative Supervenience’

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July 9, 2021, 1:00pm BST

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University College, Cork
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