The Moral and Political Legacy of Bernard Williams

bernard williams

PROGRAMME

21st April

2:30 p. m. – 3:30 p. m. | Miranda Fricker: “The Humanistic Discipline”

3:30 p. m. – 4:30 p. m. | Timothy Chappell: "Encounters with Values"

4:30 p. m. – 5:00 p. m. | Break

5:00 p. m. – 6:30 p. m. | Nakul Krishna: “Alternatives to Moral Theory”
Elianna Fetterolf: “Remorse beyond the Morality System”
Adrian Moore: “Replies to Nakul Krishna and Elianna Fetterolf

22nd April

9:30 a. m. – 10:45 a. m. | Simon Blackburn: “Bernard Williams, Adam Smith, and the Peculiar Piacular”

10:45 a. m. – 11:15 a. m. | Break

11:15 a. m. – 12:15 a. m. | Roger Crisp: “D’où Venons-Nous ... Que Sommes-Nous ... Où Allons-Nous? Williams on Moral Luck”

2:00 p. m. – 3:00 p. m. |  Alan P. Thomas: “Williams's Political Psychology: Between Realism and Moralism?”

3:00 p. m. – 4:00 p. m. | Edward Harcourt: “Consequentialism and Moral Emotion’”

4:00 p. m. – 4: 30 p. m. | Break

4:30 p. m. – 5:30 p. m. | Paul Russell: “Hume, Williams, and ‘the Morality System’”

Organiser: Lorenzo Greco (EC Marie Curie Fellow in Philosophy, University of Oxford; Junior Research Fellow in Philosophy, Mansfield College, Oxford; Early Career Fellow, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities)

Registration is free. For any question please email lorenzo.greco@philosophy.ox.ac.uk

The conference is funded by The Mind Association, with the collaboration of The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities

 

Affections and Ethics

Audience: Open to all

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