Monday, September 28, 2009

Dutch Conference in Practical Philosophy

First Annual Dutch Conference in Practical Philosophy

October 2-3, 2009
Netherlands School for Research in Practical Philosophy
Doorn, Utrecht, The Netherlands

The extensive programme includes:

Stephen Darwall (Michigan):
"The Second Person Standpoint"

Herlinde Pauer-Studer (Vienna):
"The Interrelation of First-, Second- and Third-Person Perspectives in Moral Discourse"

Bert van den Brink (Utrecht):
"The (Limited) Place of Deliberation in Politics"

Martijn Boot (Rotterdam):
"Conflicts of Justice"

Jan-Willem van der Rijt (Groningen):
"Kantian Dignity and Republican Standing"

Rutger Claassen (Leiden) & Marcus Düwell (Utrecht):
"The Foundations of Capability Theory"

Debra Satz (Stanford):
"Moral Limits of the Markets

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