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The Moral and Political Philosophy of John Stuart MillEvent

Mind
Date:
30 - 31 May 2017
Venue:
Room 1173, Building 65, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, Southampton SO17 1BF

For more information regarding this event, please email Dr Brian McElwee at b.m.mcelwee@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

The workshop brings together UK-based scholars working on various aspects of the work of John Stuart Mill.

 

Amongst the themes addressed will be:

What can contemporary ethicists learn from a careful reading of Mill?

How well-suited are the central tenets of Mill’s political philosophy to addressing contemporary political issues?

How central to Mill’s moral and political philosophy are sentiments such as blame and guilt?

With a major new companion to Mill (edited by Christopher Macleod and Dale Miller) just published by Blackwell, this is an ideal time for a re-examination of Mill’s moral and political philosophy.

Confirmed Speakers

Professor John Skorupski (University of St Andrews, emeritus)

Dr Christopher Macleod (University of Lancaster)

Dr Helen McCabe (University of Warwick)

Dr Brian McElwee (University of Southampton)

Dr Demelza Hookway (unaffiliated)

Dr Ben Saunders (University of Southampton)

Dr Gerald Lang (University of Leeds)

Dr Matt Kerr (University of Southampton)

This event is sponsored by the Mind Association and the Southampton Ethics Centre

Registration

The event will be free and open to all. To register, please email Dr Brian McElwee.

Accessibility information about the room can be found by following this link.

 

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