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

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

MS Teams (online event - registration required)
April 16, 2021 4:00 pm — 5:30 pm

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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, Frankfurt)

–Sally Haslanger (MIT)

N.B. attendees are required to register in advance. 

Please join the event virtual ‘lobby’ before 4pm (at which time the Lecture will begin).  The lobby will be open from 3.45pm.

About the speaker

Allen E Buchanan is Research Professor at the University of Arizona. He was the James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Duke University, as well as Investigator at the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy (Duke) and Distinguished Research Fellow (Oxford Uehiro Centre).