Courtesy of Mark Timmons: The 13th annual Arizona Workshop in Normative Ethics will take place January 13-15 in Tucson. You can link to the Program.
Registration to attend is free and open to all. You may register to attend Leyeet Papageiennest, winddicht, für Papageien, warm, winddicht. » …Read more
Welcome to our Ethics Review Forum on Kimberley Brownlee’s Being Sure of Each Other: An Essay on Social Rights and Freedoms (OUP), reviewed by Jesse Tomalty. Below, you’ll find a description of the book, » …Read more
We are pleased to announce that the program for the 9th annual Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy (October 14-16, 2021) in Tucson, AZ has now been posted on the OSPP website: Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy | Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy (arizona.edu)
We would be very grateful were you to forward this to any colleagues who might be interested in attending the workshop, » …Read more
We are very pleased to have Jonathan Quong commenting on Simon May’s “Why Strict Compliance?” A reminder you can find Simon’s paper open access here. Here now is Jonathan:
I learned a lot from Simon’s excellent paper, and I hope it will become a focal point for discussion of ideal theory. » …Read more