The Practical, the Political and the Ethical seminar series. Programme for Spring 2017
The Practical, the Political, the Ethical.
The Institute of Philosophy hosts regular seminars on the Practical, the political, the ethical aspects of philosophy. The forum generally meets fortnightly in term time.
Unless otherwise stated, talks begin at 5.30pm, 2nd floor, Senate House, Malet St., WC1.
10th January 2017 – When all goes wrong: responsibility for failure and negligence. | Ulrike Heuer (Leeds)
24th January 2017 – Can Our Eating Animals Be Good For Them? | Jeff McMahan (Oxford)
7th February 2017 – Telic Alienation | Thomas Smith (Manchester)
21st February 2017 – The Truth in Conventionalism | David Owens (KCL)
7th March 2017 - Criminal Law and Civil Order | Antony Duff (Stirling)
21st March 2017 – A Normative Theory of Disagreement | Yonatan Shemmer (Sheffield)
25th April 2017 – Virtue and the natural goods: an Aristotelian perspective | Sarah Jean Broadie (St Andrews)