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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Practical Philosophy/Ethics

Daniele Bruno

Daniele Bruno

 

E-Mail: daniele.bruno@hu-berlin.de

   

Research Interests

Normative and applied ethics, metaethics, theories of moral responsiblity

Vita

Doctoral student in Philosophy at Humboldt-University of Berlin since autumn 2015. M.A. and B.A. in philosophy and social sciences in Berlin and Paris. Doctoral Fellow in the Einstein Ethics Group led by R. Jay Wallace since April 2016. Visiting research student at King's College London from October to December 2017.

Talks (Selection)

“What, If Anything, Is Mysterious About Promissory Obligation?”, 8th Humboldt-Princeton Grad Conference, HU Berlin

“Promissory Obligation and the Value of Normative Control”, Bern-Zürich Workshop in Moral Theory, University of Bern (01.-02.06.2018); Conference: The Future of Normativity, University of Kent (28.-30.06.2018); 10. Kongress der Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie, University of Cologne (17.-20.09.2018)

“Trust-Based Accounts of Promissory Obligation”, 7th Humboldt-Princeton Grad Conference, HU Berlin (26.-28.07.2017); XXIV. Deutscher Kongress für Philosophie, HU Berlin (26.09.2017)

“Being Fully Excused for Wrongdoing”, Workshop in Practical Philosophy, Saarland University, Saarbrücken (01.-02.07.2017); 6th Humboldt-Princeton Grad Conference, Princeton University (07.09.2016)

“Subjective Accounts of Moral Obligation and the Problem of Culpable Ignorance”, Southampton-Humboldt Normativity Conference, University of Southampton (23.06.2017); XXIV. Deutscher Kongress für Philosophie, HU Berlin (25.09.2017)

“Moralische Verantwortung und 'epistemische Drückeberger'” [“Moral Responsibility and 'Epistemic Shirkers'”], 4. Tagung für Praktische Philosophie, University of Salzburg (29.09.2016)

“Must We Worry about Epistemic Shirkers?”, Gothenburg Responsibility Project Conference, University of Gothenburg, (25.08.2016)

“Zwei Probleme für rechtebasierte Notwehrtheorien” [“Two Problems for Rights-Based Theories of Self Defense”], 3. Tagung für Praktische Philosophie, University of Salzburg, (02.10.2015)

Current Project

The Normativity of Promises (PhD Research Project)

Teaching

Ignorance and Moral Responsibility (Graduate Seminar, co-taught with Thomas Schmidt), Winter 2016/17

Introduction to Neuroethics (for the interdisciplinary Masters Programme of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain), Summer 2016