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Ethics and Emotion: Contemporary Approaches Event

Time:
10:00 - 18:00
Date:
15 December 2014
Venue:
Room 1173 Building 65 Avenue Campus Faculty of Humanities University of Southampton

For more information regarding this event, please email Dr Sasha Mudd at A.R.Mudd@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

A workshop in Association with the Southampton Ethics Centre.

The revival of philosophical interest in the emotions over the past half-century has lead to a re-affirmation of their importance in ethical life. Particularly rich has been the retrieval of guilt and shame as central features of moral self-regulation. Contemporary philosophical work on these topics continues to draw from a variety of sources, and debates remain lively, if divisive. This workshop is the first in a series that aims to explore the place of the emotions in ethics after Kant, and to orient contemporary work on these issues within a richer understanding of the post-Kantian tradition.

Programme

10:00-11:30 Dorothea Debus (York) - 'Shaping Our (Mental) Lives: On the Possibility and Value of Emotion Regulation'

11:30-11:45 Coffee

11:45-13:15 Edward Harcourt (Oxford) - Moral Emotions, Autonomy and the 'Extended Mind'

13:15-14:45 Lunch

14:45-16:15 Fabrice Teroni (Bern) - Shame, Guilt and Morality

16:15-16:30 Coffee

16:30-18:00 Cain Todd (Lancaster) - Emotional Phenomenology and Transparency

Speaker information

Dr Dorothea Debus,University of York,Lecturer

Dr Edward Harcourt,University of Oxford,Lecturer in Philosophy

Dr Fabrice Teroni,University of Bern,Lecturer

Dr Cain Todd,Lancaster University,Lecturer

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