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*** Evolution, Emotions, and Metaethics ***
2-day workshop at the University of Sydney: Aug 6-7
New Law School Seminar Room 340

THURSDAY AUG 6:

10AM – 11:15AM
Don Loeb (University of Vermont)
“Moral disagreement revisited”

11:30AM – 12:45PM
Janice Dowell (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
“A flexible contextualist account of ‘ought'”

2:45PM – 4:00PM
Josh Gert (Florida State University)
“Wittgensteinian metaethics”

FRIDAY AUG 7:

10AM – 11:15AM
Justin D’Arms (Ohio State University) and Daniel Jacobson (University of Michigan)
“Interestingly wrong kind of reasons and the opacity of normative force”

11:30AM – 12:45PM
David Sobel (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
“Parfit’s case against subjectivism”

2:45PM – 4:00PM
Jamie Dreier (Brown University)
“When do goals explain the rules that advance them?”

There is no registration process, but if you plan to attend then please send Richard Joyce (richard.joyce (at) arts.usyd.edu.au) an email so he knows what numbers to expect (if you haven’t already done so).


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