Mini-Workshop: Philosophy of Science Meets Normative Theory II (19 November 2021)
Idea & Motivation
This mini-workshop is part of a series of workshops that is intended to spark and continue debates about issues at the intersection of philosophy of science (including epistemology) and normative theory (including ethics and political philosophy). The purpose of this mini-workshop – as well as of the entire series of workshops – is also to gather philosophers working at LMU Munich to explore the philosophical potential of such issues, to identify common interests, and to exchange ideas.
Online (via Zoom)
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|13:00 - 13:50||Marius Baumann: Moral Underdetermination|
|14:00 - 14:50||Gloria Mähringer: A Social Metaphysics about Practical Reasons|
|15:00 - 15:50||Rush Stewart: Path Independence and a Persistent Paradox of Population Ethics|