Merton College, Oxford
Hawkins room
12th July 2013
10am – 5.30pm

‘How to Defend the Asymmetry Intuition in Population Ethics’
– Johann Frick (Harvard)

‘Justice and Private Education’
– Daniel Halliday (Melbourne)

‘The Asymmetry’
– Ralf M. Bader (Oxford)

‘Measuring Unfairness and Lotteries’
– Gerard Vong (Fordham)

Please note that this is a pre-read workshop. Participants are expected to read the papers in advance. Attendance is free, but registration is required as space is limited. To register for the workshop send an email to: ralf.bader (at)

Madison, Wisconsin
September 27-29, 2013
All Sessions in 325 Pyle Center(702 Langdon Street)

Below is the program for the 10th Annual Metaethics Workshop in Wisconsin. You can get more details about the workshop here.

9am – 10:15am BARRY MAGUIRE (Princeton)
Grounding the Autonomy of Ethics
Chair: Eric Wiland (UMSL)

10:45am – Noon TRISTRAM McPHERSON (Virginia Tech) &
Deliberative Indispensability Does not Justify Ontological Commitment
Chair: Andrew Alwood (Virginia Commonwealth)

1:45pm – 3pm ELIZABETHHARMAN (Princeton)
The Irrelevance of Moral Uncertainty
Chair: Brad Cokelet (Miami)

3:30 – 4:45pm WINNER, Marc Sanders Prize in Metaethics (TBA)

Nicole Hassoun is interested in finding recent work on experimental political philosophy that might be worth mentioning in a review article on the topic. If you have any such references, please email her directly at: nhassoun at Thanks!

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