Programme

You find here some information about the programme of the conference. We are pleased to announce our keynote speakers and the program below. For the conference venue see the bottom of this page.

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MARC FLEURBAEY (Princeton and Paris): Priority or Equality for Possible People?
WLODEK RABINOWICZ (Lund and LSE): From Values to Probabilities
ULLA WESSELS (Saarbruecken): Beyond the Call of Duty: The Structure of a Moral Region

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Friday, 30 May 2014
Time Location: LOCATION
09:00-09:45 Coffee and registration
09:45-10:00 Constanze Binder (Rotterdam) and Conrad Heilmann (Rotterdam)
Welcome
10:00-11:00 Wlodek Rabinowicz (Lund and LSE)
From Values to Probabilities

11:00-11:20 20 mins coffee break
11:20-12:00 Mauro Rossi (Montreal)
Value and preference relations: are they symmetric?

12:00-12:40 Bruce Chapman (Toronto)
Counting the Numbers Fairly: The Maximal Proportional Satisfaction of Incommensurable Values

12:40-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-14:40 Norbert Gratzl (Munich)
Is, Ought, and Cut

14:40-15:20 Martin Peterson (Eindhoven)
A Non-Rigid Theory of Normativity

15:20-15:50 Coffee break
15:50-16:30 Alessandra Marra (Tilburg)
Moral reasoning and factual knowledge: A dynamic Deontic Semantics

16:30-17:10 Justin Snedegar (St. Andrews)
Deontic reasoning across contexts

17:10-17:20 10mins break
17:20-18:20 Ulla Wessels (Saarbruecken)
Beyond the Call of Duty: The Structure of a Moral Region

18:20+ Drinks and dinner
Saturday, 31 May 2014
Time Location: LOCATION
09:00-09:30 Coffee
09:30-10:10 Julian Fink (Bratislava and Bayreuth)
Wide- and narrow-scope equivalence?

10:10-10:50 Itai Sher (Minnesota)
How Should We Conceptualize Universalization in Ethics?

10:50-11:20 30 mins coffee break
11:20-12:00 Michael Zenz (Maryland) and Eric Pacuit (Maryland)
Reason-based Preferences and Deliberative Democracy

12:00-12:40 Olivier Roy (Bayreuth) and Martin Rechenauer (Konstanz)
The Logical Structure of Scanlon's Contractualism

12:40-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-14:40 Roberto Veneziani (London) and Marco Mariotti (St. Andrews)
The Liberal Ethics of Non-Interference and the Pareto Principle

14:40-15:00 20 mins coffee break
15:00-16:00 Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton and Paris, joint work with Alex Voorhoeve (LSE))
Priority or Equality for Possible People?

16:00-16:30 Closing words by Paul McNamara (for the Steering Committee of the Formal Ethics conference series) and Olivier Roy and Julian Fink (for the organizers of the next Formal Ethics conference)
16:30+ Farewell drinks

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