Undoubtedly, philosophers do make moral judgments about particular cases. For example, they make judgments about actual historical cases – as G.E.M. Anscombe famously judged that it was wrong of President Truman to order the dropping of two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.  » …Read more

Most contemporary work in population ethics operates within the framework of welfarism – the assumption that individual welfare is the fundamental value. But this framework is a straitjacket,  » …Read more

The fourth Southampton-Humboldt Normativity Conference will be held in Southampton from 19-21 June 2019. The conference aims to bring together philosophers working on normativity, including foundational problems of moral philosophy and practical normativity more generally,  » …Read more

 

Welcome to what we expect will be a very interesting and productive discussion of Louise Hanson‘s “Moral Realism,  » …Read more