Tarello Institute for Legal Philosophy

Home » News »

:: Events :: On July 3-5, will take place an international conference organised by The Open University Ethics Centre and the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford: “30 Years of Bernard Williams’ Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy”

images

30 Years of Bernard Williams’ Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy: first call for registrations

An international conference organised by The Open University Ethics Centre and the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford

Philosophy Lecture Room, Radcliffe Humanities Centre, Oxford, July 3-5 2015

Speakers:

Marcel van Ackeren (Universität Köln), Simon Blackburn (University of Cambridge), Daniel Callcut (independent scholar), Sophie Grace Chappell (The Open University), David Cockburn (University of Wales, Lampeter), Roger Crisp (St Anne’s College, Oxford), Miranda Fricker (University of Sheffield), Lorenzo Greco (University of Oxford), Edward Harcourt (Keble College, Oxford), Simon Kirchin (University of Kent), Nakul Krishna (Balliol College, Oxford), Michael Lacewing (Heythrop College, London), Gerald Lang (University of Leeds), Adrian Moore (St Hugh’s College, Oxford), Geraldine Ng (University of Reading), Anthony Price (Birkbeck, University of London), Regina Rini (New York University), Paul Russell (University of British Columbia), John Skorupski (University of St Andrews), Roger Teichmann (University of Oxford), Candace Vogler (University of Chicago), R. Jay Wallace (University of California, Berkeley), Eric Wiland (University of Missouri, St Louis), Catherine Wilson (University of York).

The conference will let delegates make their own plans for meals and accommodation.

Registration for the conference costs £50 for the waged and £25 for the unwaged or students.

Spaces are limited (the Lecture Room has a maximum capacity of 60, and there are 24 speakers), so register early to avoid disappointment. (If registrations are going fast enough we will look for a larger room, but this is not something we can do late or at short notice.)

To register or to make further inquiries please email m.leroux@open.ac.uk

Advertisements