Workshop on Recent Themes from Adam Swift’s Work: Ideal Theory, Family and Education
University of Oxford
May 8, 2013 10:00 am — 6:00 pm
Contact Zofia Stemplowska for more information.
The Centre for the Study of Social Justice, with co-sponsorship from the Society for Applied Philosophy, will hold a one day workshop on the research of Adam Swift
The Centre for the Study of Social Justice, with co-sponsorship from the Society for Applied Philosophy, will hold a one day workshop on the research of Adam Swift. The workshop focuses on the themes that he has explored in his research – in particular the methodology of applied political philosophy, education, and the family. The workshop will also mark Adam Swift’s departure from Oxford to Warwick and celebrates his contribution to Oxford during his time here.
The workshop brings together a distinguished line up of speakers and commentators. There is also a roundtable discussion that includes colleagues and students from Oxford.
The event is open to all interested participants. Places are limited.
Rob Reich (Stanford) on ‘TBC’. Discussant: Matthew Clayton (Warwick)
1pm — 2pm — lunch
2pm — 3:15pm
Serena Olsaretti (ICREA — Pompeu Fabra) on ‘The Costs of Family Values: Who Should Pay?’ Discussant: Anca Gheaus (Sheffield)
3:15pm — 3:45pm — coffee break
3:45pm — 5:00pm
David Estlund (Brown) on ‘Social Justice and the So-Called Problem of Second Best’. Discussant: Laura Valentini (UCL)
5:00 — 5:30pm — coffee break
5:30 — 6:30pm
Roundtable: Alice Baderin (Oxford), David Miller (Oxford), Fay Niker (Oxford), Mark Philp (Oxford)
Registration fee for students: £10
Registration fee for everyone else: £15
To register, please go to the Event Registration page.