British Society for Ethical Theory Graduate Conference 2021
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For the first time, the British Society for Ethical Theory is holding an additional conference exclusively for papers by graduate students—but open to all and free to register.
Thursday 16th September
10.00–11.00 Dane Leigh Gogoshin
Reactive Attitudes and the Robustly Responsible
11.30–12.30 Luca Stroppa
The Problem of Lives Worth Living
1.30–2.30 Samuel Dishaw
Justifying, Apologizing and the Value of Shared Moral Understanding
Friday 17th September
10.00–11.00 Daniele Conti
Reasons and Their Strength: Why Libertarians Should Be Nozickean
11.30–12.30 Stina Björkholm
Hybrid descriptivism and the practicality challenge
1.30–2.30 William Gildea
The Moral Status of Humans and Animals: Towards a New View
Before each day’s first talk, and in the breaks between talks, there will be an opportunity to socialise with others using a special GatherTown room—complete with (virtual) sofas to facilitate relaxed discussion of ethics.
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September 15, 2021, 6:00pm BST
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