SAP sponsored event: BEACON22: “COVID-19, Children and Choices”

The Centre for Ethics in Medicine at the University of Bristol invites you to its student-led conference: “COVID-19, Children and Choices”   About this event This promises to be interesting and thought-provoking hybrid conference, focusing on the ethical issues affecting young people, including key challenges posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With thanks to the Society […]

SAP sponsored event: Interpersonal Relations: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Phenomenology

The goal of the workshop is to stage a conversation between philosophers thinking about, on the one hand, the phenomenology of interpersonal interaction, including its aesthetic dimension, and on the other hand, those thinking about the normative relations between people.  Here are some key questions that give a further sense of our theme. — Do the phenomenologies of shame, embarrassment, love, […]

SAP Annual Lecture 2021: When Knowing What Is Just And Being Committed To Achieving It Is Not Enough, Allen Buchanan (Arizona)

[A recording of this event can be viewed here.] 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 GMT on Friday 16 April and will be followed by short commentaries from: –Cécile Fabre (University […]

SAP sponsored event: The harms beyond punishment?

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 […]