This workshop will be held October 6-8, 2016 at Georgetown University. Invited speakers include Robert and Marilyn Adams, Russ Shafer-Landau, Chris Tucker, and Candace Vogler. The call for abstracts and further details can be found at: http://users.wfu.edu/millerc/Theistic%20Ethics%20Workshop%20Two.html
As one of the final outputs of the Character Project at Wake Forest University (www.thecharacterproject.com), we have produced a number of new videos featuring researchers in philosophy, theology, and psychology.
One set of videos is from our final conference in May, 2015. Speakers include Neil Levy, Valerie Tiberius, Gopal Sreenivasan, Tanya Chartrand and Korrina Duffy, William Fleeson, Dan Batson, Christian Miller, Andrea Glenn, Daryl Cameron, and Jen Wright and Thomas Nadelhoffer. See http://www.thecharacterproject.com/videos.php?y=2015
The Character Project at Wake Forest University (http://thecharacterproject.com/) is pleased to announce five new videos by researchers in philosophy, psychology, and theology describing their latest work on character as part of our "In Character" series. In philosophy specifically, Professors Jessica Wolfendale and Matthew Talbert discuss situationism, moral responsibility, and war crimes. Professors Nathan King and Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij discuss several important issues in virtue epistemology.
(Posted on Behalf of Nancy Snow)
Request for Proposals: The Self, Motivation & Virtue Project
Marquette University, with a generous grant from the Templeton Religion Trust, is pleased to announce a new research initiative on the topics of the self, motivation, and virtue. Approximately ten research proposals at $190,000 each will be funded through this initiative.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Templeton World Charity
Foundation, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Developing
Character Project. The project builds on the work during the past
three years of the Character Project based at Wake Forest
University. The primary goal of the Developing Character Project is
to disseminate the results of our previous work to a larger academic
and popular audience. More details can be found here:
Please feel free to send any questions or comments to
The Character Project (www.thecharacterproject.com) is happy to formally announce the winners of our Essay and Book Prize Competition. In philosophy the winners included Tom Hurka and Iskra Fileva. Please be sure to congratulate them!