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Final Ethics retrospective: discussion with Christine Korsgaard and Tamar Schapiro

I’m excited to begin our final event in celebration of the 125th anniversary year of Ethics: a discussion with Christine Korsgaard and Tamar Schapiro.  Many thanks to both Korsgaard and Schapiro for this great opportunity to talk to them.

To kick off the discussion, Schapiro and I ask some initial questions from Korsgaard in the comments section, and Korsgaard responds. Our questions are on themes from Korsgaard’s “Aristotle and Kant on the Source of Value” and Schapiro’s retrospective piece on it (both available open access through the links); as well as on connections to Korsgaard’s more recent work.

The comments are open for more questions from you all. Please join us!

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Reminder: Final Ethics retrospective — discussion with Christine Korsgaard and Tamar Schapiro, Aug 4-6

I’m excited for our upcoming final event in celebration of the 125th anniversary year of Ethics: a discussion with Christine Korsgaard and Tamar Schapiro, on August 4-6.

To kick off the discussion, Schapiro and I will ask some initial questions from Korsgaard, on themes from her “Aristotle and Kant on the Source of Value” and Schapiro’s retrospective piece on it; as well as on links to Korsgaard’s more recent work. Korsgaard will respond, and the comment thread will be open for more questions and comments from you all.

We hope many of you will join us!

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Ethics Discussions at PEA Soup: Preston Greene & Meghan Sullivan’s “Against Time Bias,” with critical précis by Caspar Hare

Please join us to discuss Preston Greene & Meghan Sullivan‘s “Against Time Bias,” published in the most recent issue of Ethics and available open access here. Caspar Hare has kindly contributed a critical précis, below the fold. It should be an exciting discussion!

 

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Upcoming Ethics Discussion, July 15-17

  We’re excited to announce our next Ethics discussion on Preston Greene & Meghan Sullivan‘s “Against Time Bias,” available open access here. Caspar Hare has kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis. Join us on July 15-17!

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Ethics Discussions at PEA Soup: Alexander Guerrero on Marie Collins Swabey’s “Publicity and Measurement”

We continue our celebration of the 125th anniversary year of Ethics by discussing Alexander Guerrero‘s retrospective of Marie Collins Swabey’s “Publicity and Measurement,” as well as the original paper by Swabey. Guerrero’s retrospective is available here, Swabey’s paper is available here; both are open access.

Guerrero has also kindly written for us a terrific overview of Swabey’s work and life, posted below the fold. Join in the discussion!

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Ethics Discussions at PEA Soup: Derek Baker & Jack Woods’ “How Expressivists Can and Should Explain Inconsistency,” with a critical précis by Mark Schroeder

Please join us in discussing Derek Baker and Jack Woods‘ paper “How Expressivists Can and Should Explain Inconsistency,” available open access here. Mark Schroeder opens the discussion with a critical précis below the fold.

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Ethics Discussions at PEA Soup: Upcoming attractions

We have two exciting Ethics discussions coming up:

On January 26-28, we discuss Derek Baker and Jack Woods‘ paper “How Expressivists Can and Should Explain Inconsistency,” available open access here. Mark Schroeder has kindly agreed to open the discussion with a critical précis. 

On February 2-4, we continue our celebration of the 125th anniversary year of Ethics by discussing Alexander Guerrero‘s retrospective of Marie Collins Swabey’s “Publicity and Measurement,” as well as the original paper by Swabey. Guerrero’s retrospective is available open access here. Swabey’s paper is available here, and can be read online for free.

Join us for what should be really interesting discussions!

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