SAP Annual Lecture 2019: Some Musings About the Limits of an Ethics that Can Be Applied – A Response To A Question That Confronted the Author When She Woke Up On November 9, 2016, Sarah Buss (Michigan)

SAP Annual Lecture 2019: Some Musings About the Limits of an Ethics that Can Be Applied – A Response To A Question That Confronted the Author When She Woke Up On November 9, 2016, Sarah Buss (Michigan)

King's College, London
October 11, 2019 5:00 pm — 6:30 pm
Free (registration required)
The Dickson Poon School of Law, Somerset House East Wing, SW1.18, King's College, London

Contact Prof Massimo Renzo for more information.

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Annual Lecture 2019: Some Musings About the Limits of an
Ethics that Can Be Applied – A Response To A Question That Confronted
the Author When She Woke Up On November 9, 2016,
Professor Sarah Buss (Michigan)

The lecture was hosted by the The Dickson Poon School of Law, and will take place in Somerset House East Wing, SW1.18, London on 11 October 2019, 5pm (doors 4.30pm)

N.B. attendees are required to register in advance (reg details forthcoming).

Please arrive and be seated before 5pm (at which time the Lecture will commence).
The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception for Society for Applied Philosophy members (6.30pm — 7.30pm).

Previous annual lectures

  • 2018: How Democracy Can Inform Consent: The Cases of Internet and Bioethics, Professor Carol C. Gould (City University of New York)
  • 2017: Three Mistakes about Doing Good (and Bad), Professor Philip Pettit (Princeton / ANU)
  • 2016: Reclaiming Proportionality, Professor Arthur Ripstein (University of Toronto)
  • 2015: What’s Wrong with Speciesism?, Professor Shelly Kagan (Yale University)
  • 2014:  Applying virtue to ethics, Professor Julia Annas (University of Arizona)
  • 2013:  Universal Healthcare in the Developing World:  Solution or Siren?  Some Preliminary Thoughts, Professor Larry Temkin (Rutgers University)
  • 2012: Death in Our Life, Professor Joseph Raz (Columbia; Oxford)
  • 2011: The Global Reach of Human Rights, Professor Amartya Sen
  • 2010: Militant Modern Atheism, Professor Philip Kitcher
  • 2009: Measuring Development, Poverty and Gender Equity, Professor Thomas Pogge
  • 2008: Naturalism, Normativity, and Applied Ethics, Baroness Onora O’Neill (Inagural SAP Annual Lecture)

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