Moral Philosophy Reading Group

This week Miguel de la Cal Moreno will be leading a discussion on Simon Hope's "Normative Disorientation and a Limitation of Human Rights". Location: Edgecliffe G03 and Teams Contact: [email protected]

CEPPA Talk (in person) – Simon Hope (Stirling)

Location: Edgecliffe G03 Title: Climate Change as a Philosophical Problem Commentator: Quân Nguyen (Edinburgh) Abstract: The paper this talk belongs to speaks to two main points. One is that the onrushing climate catastrophe renders the modern liberal value of personal autonomy unintelligible as a concept to live by. Originally, that was the only point I ... Read more

CEPPA TALK (in person) – Carl Mildenberger (Universität Zürich)

Location: Edgecliffe G03 Title: The Quest for Additionality Abstract: Many people aim to make the world a better place by spending their money in certain ways. The school of “effective altruism” teaches that, if one donates one’s money wisely, one can have a positive impact. Currently, many people want to make us believe that if one ... Read more

CEPPA Talk (online) – Paulina Sliwa (Vienna) & Tom McClelland (Cambridge)

Microsoft Teams

Title: On seeing women as objects: objectification and affordance perception Location: Teams (online only), the talk will be streamed from Edgecliffe G03 Abstract: Objectification is a central topic in feminist philosophy theorising. But what is it for someone to objectify another person? A common theme is that objectification involves treating and viewing the other person ... Read more