SAP sponsored event: Responsibility and Autonomy in Artificial Intelligence

New technologies, especially those based on artificial intelligence (AI), develop at rapid speed. In fact, AI increasingly executes tasks that previously only humans could do, such as communicating freely with others (e.g. Alexa), driving cars, performing complicated medical tasks, firing guns as part of autonomous weapon system, or even selecting job applicants. What is more, […]

SAP sponsored event: Sustainability and Environmental Ethics

BU Graduate Student Philosophy Conference: Sustainability and Environmental Ethics “The event will confront issues of sustainability, climate responsibility, and environmental justice from a philosophical perspective. As a philosophical community, we recognize the urgency of addressing the climate and ecological crises and wish to provide a safe and diverse platform for philosophers to discuss the conceptual, ethical, political, aesthetic, […]

SAP Annual Lecture 2022: 3 Dogmas of Normativity, Ruth Chang (Oxford)

Annual Lecture 2022: 3 Dogmas of Normativity, Professor Ruth Chang (University of Oxford). The lecture will take place at 5–6.30pm (BST / GMT +1) on Friday 20 May.  The Lecture will take place in the Council Room, King’s College, London N.B. attendees are required to register in advance.  Attendees please arrive before 5pm, at which time the […]

SAP sponsored event: Workshop on Refugee Policy

Workshop on Refugee Policy03 May 2022 Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm This workshop will address a range of moral issues connected to the admission and integration of refugees, and the relationship between these two dimensions of refugee policy. Speakers Kieran Oberman (Edinburgh) Mollie Gerver (KCL) Rufaida Al Hashmi (Oxford) Ali Emre Benli (Bogazici) Ludvig Beckman (SU) Contact […]

SAP sponsored event: In Honour of Emeritus Professor Moira Gatens — Workshop in Applied Feminist Philosophy

In Honour of Emeritus Professor Moira Gatens Workshop in Applied Feminist Philosophy   1:00–6:00pm | Friday 29 April 2022   Danielle Celermajer Millicent Churcher Karen Jones Kate Phelan Louise Richardson-Self Sam Shpall Iris van der Tuin Caroline West and Moira Gatens Room N494The Quadrangle (A14)The University of Sydney. With generous support from the Society for Applied Philosophy […]

SAP sponsored event: The Future of Work — Economic and Philosophical Perspectives

SAP sponsored event: The Future of Work — Economic and Philosophical Perspectives Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Rotterdam, the Netherlands June 22, 2022 9:00 AM — June 24, 2022 5:00 PM   Contact Huub Brouwer for more information.     Topic Work plays an important role in the lives of most contemporary human adults. One of the […]

SAP sponsored event: Philosophy and Borders Conference: The Ethics of Migration Beyond The Right to Exclude

This conference will bring together scholars who analyse and normatively assess migration in light of the empirical reality and complexity of the contemporary politics of migration. If you are interested in attending the conference, please email rufaida.​alhashmi@​nuffield.​ox.​ac.​uk. This conference is made possible with the support of The Mind Association, The Society for Applied Philosophy, Balliol […]

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, […]