Here. John Martin Fischer’s talk is up first, 1/27, 7 p.m.
Category: Agency and Responsibility
What happens when you add Brains to PEA Soup? A roundtable discussion on agency, of course! Check out the link here. Dan Burnston, show runner […] Read More
Welcome to our highly anticipated discussion of Sukaina Hirji‘s “Oppressive Double Binds,” published in the most recent issue of Ethics. You can find the paper […] Read More
Here now is Matt King: Moral conviction is often lauded in ordinary discourse. To be a person of principle is considered a virtue (and it […] Read More
Here, at Public Ethics.
Recently, Romy Vekony, Alfred Mele, and David Rose published “Intentional Action without Knowledge” in Synthese. Here’s a link. Matt King disagrees with them. He has […] Read More
What fundamentally exemplifies the property of practical rationality? According to atomism, it is fundamentally each particular intention that an agent might have at a time […] Read More
Herewith our forum hosting the lost 2020 Pacific APA session of the author-meets-critics session on Al Mele’s book Manipulated Agents: A Window to Moral Responsibility. Al’s […] Read More
PEA Soup will be hosting another of the lost 2020 Pacific APA panels on Wednesday, May 20, this time an author-meets-critics session on Al Mele’s […] Read More