Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Praktische Philosophie/Ethik

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Institut für Philosophie | Praktische Philosophie/Ethik | Teilnehmende willkommen: 11th Humboldt-Princeton Graduate Conference in Philosophy, 19.-20. August

Teilnehmende willkommen: 11th Humboldt-Princeton Graduate Conference in Philosophy, 19.-20. August



11th Humboldt-Princeton Graduate Conference in Philosophy

 

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Hauptgebäude (Unter den Linden 6), Raum 2249a

 

Freitag, 19. August

Samstag, 20. August

9:15 - 9:30

Willkommensrunde

 

9:30 - 10:40

Benjamin Wilck (HU)

Was Euclid a Platonist Philosopher?

 

 

Kommentar: Norah Woodcock

Norah Woodcock (PU)

Giving In to Pain: Softness in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics 7.7

 

Kommentar: Benjamin Wilck

10:40 - 11:00

Kaffeepause

Kaffeepause

11:00 - 12:10

Pietro Cibinel (PU):

Second Thoughts on the Paretian Route to Utilitarianism

 

 

 

Kommentar: Hanna Hoffmann-Richter

Hanna Hoffmann-Richter (HU)

Can a search for structural similarities between love and respect help answer the question whether there is a conflict between love and morality?

 

Kommentar: Pietro Cibinel

12:10 - 14:10

Mittagessen

Mittagessen

14:10 - 15:20

Lia Nordmann (HU)

The Role of Minds and Mites in Korsgaard’s Account of Duties Towards Animals

 

Kommentar: Calvin Baker

Calvin Baker (PU)

Value Superiority and Buddhist Well-Being

 

 

Kommentar: Lia Nordmann

15:20 - 15:40

Kaffeepause

Kaffeepause

15:40 - 16:50

Thomas Lambert (PU)

Nietzsche on Weakness of Will

 

Kommentar: Livia Samson

Livia Samson (HU)

Is Immanent Critique Possible?

 

Kommentar: Thomas Lambert

16:50 - 17:10

Kaffeepause

Kaffeepause

17:10 - 18:20

Valentin Salein (HU)

Moral Contractualism and the Inefficacy Problem

 

Kommentar: Sebastian Liu

Sebastian Liu (PU)

Fragile Epistemic States and Rational Epistemic Akrasia

 

Kommentar: Valentin Salein

 

Abendessen

Abendessen

 

Organisation: Jeremy Khoo (Princeton University), Marcel Jahn (HU Berlin)

Die Teilnahme steht allen offen, eine vorherige Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich.