Arizona Workshop

in Normative Ethics

January 14-16, 2021

Virtual by Zoom

About The Workshop

This annual Arizona Workshop features new work in normative ethical theory broadly construed, to include not only issues about the right and the good, but meta-theoretical questions about the project of developing and defending normative ethical theories.

Normative ethical theory addresses general questions about the right and the good and attempts to answer such questions as: What sorts of actions are right or wrong and why? What sort of person ought one to become and why? Normative ethical theories, including, for instance, versions of consequentialism, deontology, contractualism, natural law theory, and virtue ethics address such questions. 

Keynote Speakers

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Robin Dillon, William Wilson Selfridge Professor of Philosophy at Lehigh University
Douglas Portmore, Professor of Philosophy at Arizona State University
 
 
Venue

All sessions of the 2021 Workshop will be held online via Zoom.  

 

Instructions for accessing the sessions will be shared with all registrants prior to the Workshop.

 

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For questions about the workshop, please contact Mark Timmons at mtimmons@u.arizona.edu