CEPPA Talk – Kristie Dotson (University of Michigan)

Title: Beyond the Now: Epistemic Oppression and the “Common” Sense of Incarceration Abstract: In this presentation, I narrate an encounter with 2 Black teenagers who attempted to steal my cellphone and the difficulty of insisting […]

CEPPA Talk – David Christensen (Brown University)

Title: Epistemic Akrasia: No Apology Required Abstract: It is natural to think that rationality imposes some relationship between what a person believes, and what she believes about what she’s rational […]

CEPPA Talk – Stephanie Collins (Monash University)

Title: Legislative Intent: A Rational Unity Account (co-authored with David Tan (Deakin University)) Abstract: Does the legislature have intentions concerning the effects of legislation? If so, how can that intent be […]

CEPPA Talk (in person) – Matthew Adler (Duke University)

Location: Edgecliffe G03 and Teams Title: “Person-Affecting Consequentialism: Equity-Regarding, Desert-Neutral, Repugnant” Abstract: The philosophical literature on consequentialism regularly distinguishes between “person-affecting” and “impersonal” moral justifications or accounts.   The “person-affecting”/”impersonal” distinction can […]

The Ethics Cup – The Finals

United College St. Andrews

The finals of 2022 The Ethics Cup, featuring the 12 top-performing teams from across the U.K.

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