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SAP Annual Conference 2014
By S. Matthew Liao

St Anne’s College, Oxford, UK
27-29 June, 2014

A provisional copy of the programme is now available on the conference website.

Chairing
Chair persons are still required for some of the sessions at the event. If you plan to attend and would be willing to chair one or more of the sessions at the event please reply (admin (at) appliedphil.org) with a selection of your top three papers, indicating how many of these you would be willing to chair. Chair persons must hold or have held an academic position in philosophy or have completed or be a completing a PhD in philosophy.

Chair persons are not required to give a commentary prior to Q&A (as has been the way in previous years).

Registration

Registration for the event is now open and will close on Monday 2 June 2014 – 12pm GMT

To register for the event, please click here to access the online registration page. There are limited rooms on campus, so please book early if you would like to secure one of these.

Keynote speakers

Henry Richardson (Georgetown University)

Melinda Roberts (College of New Jersey): Modal Ethics

Robert E. Goodin (University of Essex / Australian National University): Rough Justice

Marcia Baron (Indiana University, Bloomington): A Kantian Take on the Supererogatory

R. Jay Wallace (University of California, Berkeley): Normative Interests, Normative Relationships, and the Problem of Promissory Obligation

Agnieszka Jaworska (UC Riverside)

The Society for Applied Philosophy was founded in 1982 with the aim of promoting philosophical study and research that has a direct bearing on areas of practical concern. It arose from an increasing awareness that many topics of public debate are capable of being illuminated by the critical, analytic approach characteristic of philosophy, and by direct consideration of questions of value. These topics come from a number of different areas of social life – law, politics, economics, science, technology, medicine and education are among the most obvious. The purpose of the SAP is to foster and promote philosophical work that is intended to make a constructive contribution to problems in these areas. It does so through events, conferences, and lecture programmes.


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