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Humboldt Normativity Conference 2018 (June 13, 2018 – June 15, 2018)




Wednesday, 13 June 2018

09:30               Welcome and Introduction

10:00-11:20     Daniel Drucker (UNAM): The Duty to Present Opposed Reasons

11:30-12:50     Conor McHugh & Jonathan Way (Southampton): Might All Reasons be Reasons for Attitudes?

13:00               Lunch

14:40-16:00     Katharina Felka (Graz): Slurs as Asides

16:30-18:15     Keynote Address: Gideon Rosen (Princeton): Laws and Explanation in Practical Philosophy

19:30               Dinner


Thursday, 14 June 2018

09:45               Coffee

10:00-11:20     Nick Hughes (Durham): Epistemic Dilemmas

11:30-12:50     Davide Fassio (Hangzhou): What the Doctor Should Do: Perspectivist Duties for Objectivists about Ought

13:00               Lunch

14:40-16:00     Oded Na’aman (Stanford): The Diachronic Dimension of Fitting Attitudes

16:30-17:50     Keynote Address: Holly Smith (Rutgers): Asymmetric Values of Fulfilling and Violating Duties

19:30               Dinner


Friday, 15 June 2018

10:00-11:20     Franziska Poprawe (Oxford): A Scope-Independent Account of What Rationality Requires

11:30-12:50     Moritz Schulz (Hamburg): Knowledge of Preferences in Rational Decision

13:00               Lunch


Organisers: Jan Gertken, Benjamin Kiesewetter, Thomas Schmidt (Department of Philosophy, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Contact and registration: (registration deadline 20 May 2018)

This is the third conference in a series of yearly Humboldt-Southampton Normativity Conferences, alternating between Humboldt University in Berlin and Southampton University in the UK.

This conference is sponsored by the KOSMOS-program of Humboldt University.