3rd CEPPA Graduate Conference 15-16 February 2021 (Online event)

The third CEPPA Graduate Conference will take place on the 15th and 16th of February 2021. The purpose of the CEPPA graduate conferences is to provide an opportunity for junior researchers working in areas relating to moral, social and political philosophy to present their work and discuss it in a welcoming and engaging environment.

We are delighted to host Fabienne Peter (Warwick) and Cécile Fabre (Oxford) as our keynote speakers.

 

Our graduate speakers this year are the following:

Taylor Chun Hong LAU (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) “Why Rawlsian Account of Civil Disobedience Fails to Accommodate Global Injustice”

Khang That Vinh Ton (UC Davis) “Valuing Disability in Itself: A Constitutive Account”

Sarah DiMaggio (Vanderbilt) “Is ‘Greenhouse Gaslighting’ Really Gaslighting’?

Alexander Velichkov (Lund) “Just Desert and Unfairness in Retribution: Finding a Middle in the Free Will Debate”

Adrian Kreutz (Oxford) “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Political Normativity”

 

Details:

The event is going to be held entirely online, via Zoom. The registration is free of charge and everyone is welcome to attend. To register and for any further enquiries, please contact  Colin McLean (cam62@st-andrews.ac.uk) or Rasa Davidavičiūtė (rd88@st-andrews.ac.uk).