Affections and Ethics Seminar

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All welcome for this series of short papers and discussions with tea/coffee provided.

Papers:
Dr Lorenzo Greco (Mansfield College, JRF, Philosophy) ‘Hume and the Narrative of the Self’
Matthew Anderson (Mansfield College, postgraduate, Theology and Religion) 'The Quality of Mercy: Does Aquinas's understanding of mercy account for our personal history?'

If possible, please let Joshua Hordern or another group member know in advance that you plan to attend (for catering purposes). More details about papers will follow shortly. If you would like to present a paper at a future seminar please make contact.

About the Affections and Ethics project:

The Affections and Ethics group is a new initiative sponsored by TORCH drawing together expertise from across the University in order to explore the significance of affections and emotions in ethics. Group members are drawn from Philosophy, Theology and Religion, Medical Sciences, Social Sciences and other disciplines. All are welcome to participate. Research will be conducted through a series of seminars during 2013-2014. To be kept updated on the development of the project, please sign up to the email list by contacting any of the group members. 
 

Affections and Ethics

Contact name: Joshua Hordern

Contact email: joshua.hordern@theology.ox.ac.uk

Audience: University of Oxford only

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