Workshop: Reasons, Ought, and Normative Transmission
E-Mail Adresse für Einreichungen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Abstracts
Ort: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Ende: 15.05.2020 --:--
Veranstaltende Institution: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Many of our reasons for actions are derivative in the sense that they are explained by an instrumental or logical relationship between the supported action and some other action there is reason to perform. The same goes for many truths about what we ought to do. However, the principles governing the transmission from non-derivative to derivative reasons and oughts are a matter of controversial discussion in the philosophy of normativity. This workshop focuses on questions related to the phenomenon of normative transmission (see the PDF for more details).
Matt Bedke, UBC Vancouver
John Broome, Oxford
Janice Dowell, Syracuse
Benjamin Kiesewetter, HU Berlin
Felix Koch, FU Berlin
Thomas Schmidt, HU Berlin
Justin Snedegar, St Andrews
There is a small number of spots available for contributions that will be selected from an open call for abstracts. Please send me your abstract, prepared for blind refereeing, as a PDF file (subject: “Normative Transmission”). Your abstract should contain 500–1,500 words (including notes but excluding bibliography). For those without access to travel funds, I can offer a contribution of up to 300 EUR for accommodation and travelling costs.
This workshop is funded by the DFG project “Principles of the Deliberative Ought”.
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