Thursday, 9 May 2013

Final Programme


Below is an overview and a detailed programme for this year's conference.

Registration is open and attendance costs as little as £10 for the whole conference, please visit the Sheffield University Online Store for details and to book your place.


Understanding Value Programme Overview


Wednesday 17th July 2013
15:00
Registration
16:00
Plenary Session 1 (Professor Gregory Currie)
17:30
Wine reception and (informal) dinner

Thursday 18th July 2013
09:00
Tea and Coffee
09:30
Well-Being
Epistemology 1
Intrinsic Value
11:00
Break
11:30
Raz and Autonomy
Aesthetics 1
Objective Value
13:00
Lunch
14:00
Emotion
Epistemology 2
Value and Kant
15:30
Break
16:00
Plenary Session 2 (Professor Jessica Brown)
17:30
Pub trip and conference dinner

Friday 19th July 2013
09:00
Tea and Coffee
09:30
Moral Psychology
Aesthetics 2
Kant and Schopenhauer
11:00
Break
11:30
Value and Practical Reason
Epistemology 3
Metaethics
13:00
Lunch
14:00
Moral Philosophy
Subjective Value
Metaphysics of Value
15:30
Break
16:00
Plenary Session 3 (Professor Bob Stern)
17:30
Finish




Understanding Value Full Programme


Wednesday 17th July 2012
15:00
Registration
16:00
Plenary Session 1
Professor Gregory Currie
University of Nottingham
‘Cognitive Values of Literature’
17:30
Wine reception and (informal) dinner



Thursday 18th July 2013
09:00
Tea and Coffee


09:30
Well-Being
Room 116; Chair: Dr Chris Bennett
Epistemology 1
Room 117; Chair: Al Baker
Intrinsic Value
Room 215; Chair: Rich Healey
Value assumptions in happiness studies
Nora Heinzelmann
University of Oxford
Epistemic Value and the Problem of Trivial Truths
Tamer Nawar
University of Cambridge
Moral status, intrinsic value and extrinsic properties
Nicolas Delon
Université de Picardie/CURAPP
Reformulating the Fitting-Pleasure theory of well-being
Joseph Carlsmith
University of Oxford


Non-Additivism, Conditionalism and Normative Asymmetries
Andrés Garcia
Lund University, Sweden
11:00
Break


11:30
Raz and Autonomy
Room 116; Chair: Rich Healey
Aesthetics 1
Room 117; Chair: Professor Rob Hopkins
Objective Value
Room 215; Chair: Charlotte Alderwick
The Autonomy-Based Morality of Toleration
Armin Khameh
University of Sheffield
Expressing a Certain Vision: James, Collingwood and the Value of Aesthetic Activity David Collins
Ryerson University
McDowell, Value and the Absolute Conception of Reality
Thomas Whyman
University of Essex
Valuing Humanity: Raz, Korsgaard on the Ground of Respect
Chris Mills
University of Manchester
The Individual as Knowable by Love
Mark Hopwood
University of Chicago
Values, Objectivity and Health
Sander Werkhoven
University of Warwick
13:00
Lunch


14:00
Emotion
Room 116; Chair: Pete Caven
Epistemology 2
Room 117; Chair: Professor Miranda Fricker
Value and Kant
Room 215; Chair: Professor Bob Stern
The Virtue of Modesty and Self-Evaluation
Sungwoo Um
University of Oxford
Understanding the Epistemic Value of Testimony
Stephen Wright
University of Sheffield
Kant’s Chemical Method of Enquiry
Martin Sticker
University of St Andrews
Reconsidering Regret as Surrogate Value
Luke Brunning
University of Oxford
Expecting Moral Philosophers to be Reliable
James Andow
University of Nottingham
Practical Objectivity in Kantian Constructivism
Irina Schumski
University of  Cambridge
15:30
Break


16:00
Plenary Session 2
Professor Jessica Brown
University of St Andrews
‘-’
17:30
Pub trip and conference dinner




Friday 19th July 2013
09:00
Tea and Coffee


09:30
Moral Psychology
Room 116; Chair: Pete Caven
Aesthetics 2
Room 117; Chair: Dr Tom Cochrane
Kant and Schopenhauer
Room 215; Chair: Joe Saunders
Moral Error Theory, Metaphysical Naturalism and the Argument from Epistemic Reasons
Wouter Kalf
University of Leeds
Aesthetic Judgements and Motivation
Alfred Archer
University of Edinburgh
Judging the Particular: Reflective Judgement Contemporary French Political Philosophy
Étienne Brown
Université Paris-Sorbonne
An Evolutionary Vindication of Hutcheson’s Moral Sense Theory Rafe McGregor
University of York
Are Forgeries Artistically Flawed?
Maria Forsberg
Stockholm University
Preliminaries for an interpretation of Schopenhauer’s pessimism
David Woods
University of Southampton
11:00
Break


11:30
Value and Practical Reason
Room 116; Chair: Dr Yonatan Shemmer
Epistemology 3
Room 117; Chair: Professor Chris Hookway
Metaethics
Room 215; Chair: Carl Fox
Do situations in which morality conflicts with other kinds of serious value pose a problem for the status of morality?
Benjamin Nelmes
King’s College London
Epistemic Deontology and Two Kinds of Rules
Cameron Boult
University of Edinburgh
Deliberating in the absence of value
Kian Mintz-Woo
University of Oxford
Can value unify normativity?
Stephen Ingram
University of Sheffield
Faultless Disagreement Without Relative Truth
Giulia Pravato
Ca' Foscari University, Venice
Against Commitment
Alex Worsnip
Yale University
13:00
Lunch


14:00
Moral Philosophy
Room 116; Chair: Jessica Begon
Subjective Value
Room 117; Chair: Natasha McKeever
Metaphysics of Value
Room 215; Chair: Dr Jess Leech
Constitutive Moral Luck and the Validity of our Moral Judgements
Chiara Felli
University of St Andrews
Value and hypothetical preferences
Fritz-Anton Fritzson
Lund University, Sweden
Defending the collapsing principle
Henrik Anderson
Lund University, Sweden
The Value of Supererogatory Actions
Claire Benn
University of Cambridge
Judging Valuable
Robbie Kubala
Columbia University
A new take on organic unities
Alain Pé-Curto
Rutgers
15:30
Break
16:00
Plenary Session 3
Professor Bob Stern
University of Sheffield
‘Does Hegelian Ethics Rest Upon a Mistake?’
17:30
Finish

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