Entries by Lynn Hynd

3rd Annual CEPPA Graduate Conference – 18 – 20 Sep

Applications are now open for the 3rd Annual Graduate Conference at the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs (CEPPA) at the University of St Andrews. The conference seeks to provide a platform for early career researchers working in moral and political philosophy to discuss their work in a collaborative and friendly environment. Submissions should broadly […]

CEPPA Talks – 2019 – 20

CEPPA talks for academic year, 2019 – 2020 Thursday 12th September, 2019 – Daniel Munoz (Monash) from 2pm to 3:30pm in Edgecliffe 104 Wednesday 18th September, 2019 – Hud Hudson (Western Washington University) from 11am – 12:30pm in Edgecliffe G03 Monday 23th September 2019 – Krister Bykvist (Stockholm) 11am – 12:30pm Edgecliffe 104 Wednesday 25th September, […]

CEPPA Talks 2019 20 – Abstracts

Tommy Curry (Edinburgh) “Ad Limen Homini: Caricatures of Man within the Schema of Racial Disposability ” Since the 19thcentury, racialized males have been thought to pose a threat to Western civilization. The fear white societies have of Black males has been well documented throughout history in ethnological and social sciences, psychology, and philosophy. Despite the […]

2019 St Andrews Gifford Lectures

The 2019 St Andrews Gifford Lectures   Mark Johnston Henry Putnam University Professor Director of Cognitive Science Princeton University   We are delighted to welcome Prof Mark Johnston of Princeton University to give the 2019 St Andrews Gifford Lectures. Lectures take place from 5.15 pm – 6.45 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting on Tuesday […]

3rd Annual CEPPA Graduate Conference – 17th – 19th April

Applications are now open for the 3rd Annual Graduate Conference at the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs (CEPPA) at the University of St Andrews. The conference seeks to provide a platform for early career researchers working in moral and political philosophy to discuss their work in a collaborative and friendly environment. Submissions should broadly […]

Two days with Jeff McMahan

  Monday 22nd April 5-6:30pm, Edgecliffe 104 ‘Against Collective Responsibility’ —- Tuesday 23rd April 5-6:30, School II ‘On the Responsibilty of Academics Studying War’