velleman David Velleman‘s new book, Foundations for Moral Relativism, is now available online as an open-access monograph. You can also get it as a print-on-demand paperback or hardback, and in digital formats here.

Here is a description of the book:

From Wlodek Rabinowicz:

Dear Colleagues,

We urgently need your help. The Department of Philosophy in Lund, which is located in Kungshuset – a beautiful 16th century house in the centre of the town which originally was home to the University as a whole – is now on its way to being relocated. In the Spring of 2014, we are supposed to move to a new building, together with other departments in the Joint Faculty of Humanities and Theology. Judging by past experience, the next step after the relocation might well be an administrative merger of the different departments into a huge megadepartment. Such mergers have taken place at other universities and at our university as well.

Moral Indeterminacy
By S. Matthew Liao

Crowdsourcing: I’m teaching a graduate seminar on Moral Indeterminacy in the Fall. I’d be interested in learning about ‘must reads’ and ‘must cover’ topics. Here is a draft description of the course:

The Nature of the Enkratic Requirement of Rationality
University of Vienna, Austria
Date: April 26-27 2013
Location: University of Vienna, NIG (Neues Institutsgebäude), University of Vienna, room 2i.

Speakers:
Robert Audi (Notre Dame)
John Broome (Oxford)
John Brunero (Missouri – St. Louis)
Miranda del Corral (UNED)
Olav Gjelsvik (CSMN, Oslo)
Christian Piller (York)
Andrew Reisner (McGill)
Jonathan Way (Southampton)

Detailed programme: http://distortions.univie.ac.at/conferences-workshops-special-presenta tions/workshop-the-nature-of-the-enkratic-requirement-of-rationality/

All enquires to julian.fink (at) univie.ac.at

Tucson, Arizona
January 9-11, 2014
Deadline for abstracts: Monday June 2, 2012

Abstracts are welcome in any area or on any topic in normative ethical theory (to be distinguished as well as possible from metaethics, political philosophy, and applied ethics). Abstracts should be 2-3 double-spaced pages and are due no later than Monday June 2, 2013. Please send abstracts by email to mtimmons (at) u.arizona.edu. Those who presented at the 2012 or 2013 workshops are not eligible for presenting at the 2013 workshop. A program committee will evaluate the submissions and decisions will be finalized by early July.

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