Annual Lecture 2021: When Knowing What Is Just And Being Committed To Achieving It Is Not Enough, Professor Allen Buchanan (University of Arizona). The lecture will take place at 4pm on Friday 16 April and will be followed by short commentaries from: –Cécile Fabre (University of Oxford) –Margaret Moore (Queen’s University) –Rainer Forst (Goethe University, […]
University of Nottingham, 11th-12th June, 2021William Bülow (Stockholm University)Zachary Hoskins (University of Nottingham) It is well known that legal punishment often carries with it numerous hardships in addition to the ones that we usually think of as comprising the formal sentence itself. Punishment often has both formal and informal collateral consequences, in terms of how it […]
War causes unconscionable damage, yet most of the philosophical literature focuses on its justification, either as a form of national defense or as a means of securing future peace. Although peace is the ostensible aim of a just war, substantive questions about peace itself rarely enter into the frame. This conference seeks to fill this lacuna, by bringing […]
[A recording of this event can be viewed here.] Please note the event will be hosted in Sydney, Australia. The event will begin at 4pm Sydney time; 6pm in New Zealand; 6am in London; 10pm in California.
Understanding Value IX is the ninth instalment of a highly successful postgraduate conference at the University of Sheffield that aims at cultivating postgraduate work on value in a welcoming and inclusive space. As such the University of Sheffield and the organisers of Understanding Value IX goes online! From the 9th to the 11th of December we will […]
The Society has taken the decision not to hold its annual conference in-person in 2021 due to global pandemic. The event, which was to be hosted by University of Antwerp next July, has, therefore, been cancelled. Instead the SAP Annual Conference 2021 will be an online conference taking place over the dates scheduled for the […]