You are invited to participate in an on-line workshop on Scanlon, Moral Motivation, and the Value of Persons (Oct. 29-30)
- Papers will be shared with registered attendees in early October and they will be invited to add comments via the on-line annotation program Perusall.
- The Zoom event on October 29-30 will prioritize open discussion time.
- Link and more info below the fold!
Conference Topic: T.M. Scanlon’s theory of morality centers on his account of moral motivation, which provides a characterization of narrow moral wrongness and defends common assumptions about its importance and practical authority. This conference loosely focuses on Scanlon’s views on moral motivation and the value of self-governing persons (developed most prominently in chapters 2 and 4 of What We Owe to Each Other) and various alternatives.
Speakers (paper topics on website):
- Kyla Ebels-Duggan (Northwestern)
- Rahul Kumar (Queens)
- Dale Miller (Old Dominion)
- Jussi Suikkanen (Birmingham)
- Adam Cureton (Tennessee)
- Brad Cokelet (Kansas)