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Humanities

Aims and Norms: Action Event

Origin: 
Philosophy
Date:
20 January 2012
Venue:
Avenue Campus University of Southampton

For more information regarding this event, please email Jonathan Way at j.way@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Part of the Aims and Norms research project.

The second workshop will address such questions as: Is there an aim of action? For example, do all actions aims at the good, or at the satisfaction of one's desires, or at self-knowledge? Can norms of action be understood by appeal to such aims?

Provisional schedule:

09:30-11:00 Maria Alvarez (KCL), 'Values and the Normativity of Practical Reasoning', respondent: Sasha Mudd (Southampton)

11:15-12:45 Nishi Shah (Amherst), 'Attitudinal Norms', respondent: Anders Nes (CSMN)

14:00-15:30 Conor McHugh (Southampton), 'Does Intention Have An Aim?' - Respondent: Yair Levy (Oxford)

15:45-17:15 Matthew Chrisman (Edinburgh), 'Oughts Without Ends?' - Respondent: Alex Gregory (Reading)

The workshop is funded by the British Academy's Small Research Grants Scheme, the University of Southampton's Adventures in Research Scheme and the Faculty of Humanities.

Registration
A limited number of places are available at this workshop. Registration is free.  Should you wish to attend, please contact Jonathan Way for further details.

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