Josh Connor “Neuropsyche and Eros” April 7th 12-1:30

Please join us on April 7th (next Monday) to discuss Josh’s fifth chapter from his dissertation. You can find a link to his paper, which should be read beforehand, here. A pizza lunch will be served. Room TBA shortly.

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Josh Connor “Neuropsyche and Eros” April 7th 12-1:30

Please join us on April 7th (next Monday) to discuss Josh’s fifth chapter from his dissertation. You can find a link to his paper, which should be read beforehand, here. A pizza lunch will be served. Room TBA shortly.

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Oliver O’Donovan on Christian Ethics as Vocation

Please join us in Rm. S106 on Wednesday, April 2nd, for a conversation with Professor O’Donovan on vocation in the academy as an ethicist. No prior reading is necessary and refreshments will be served.

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Oliver O’Donovan on Christian Ethics as Vocation

Please join us in Rm. S106 on Wednesday, April 2nd, for a conversation with Professor O’Donovan on vocation in the academy as an ethicist. No prior reading is necessary and refreshments will be served.

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Fri., February 14th, S200 12-1:30 David Barr, Conference Presentation: Toward Realism in Christian Environmental Ethics

Please join us on Friday, February 14th in S200 from 12-1:20 for a presentation by David Barr on realism in Christian environmental ethics.  David is giving this paper at an upcoming graduate student conference and covets feedback and advice from

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Fri., February 14th, S200 12-1:30 David Barr, Conference Presentation: Toward Realism in Christian Environmental Ethics

Please join us on Friday, February 14th in S200 from 12-1:20 for a presentation by David Barr on realism in Christian environmental ethics.  David is giving this paper at an upcoming graduate student conference and covets feedback and advice from

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Tues., Jan. 28th, S400 12-1:30 Peter Han, Dissertation Excerpt: Impartiality: Why not Kant? The Scanlonian Alternative

Please join us next Tuesday, January 28th, from 12-1:30, in Rm. S400, for a discussion of Peter Han’s dissertation section on impartiality ethics, from his in-progress dissertation on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Superrationality, titled “Towards a Superintelligent Notion

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Tues., Jan. 28th, S400 12-1:30 Peter Han, Dissertation Excerpt: Impartiality: Why not Kant? The Scanlonian Alternative

Please join us next Tuesday, January 28th, from 12-1:30, in Rm. S400, for a discussion of Peter Han’s dissertation section on impartiality ethics, from his in-progress dissertation on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Superrationality, titled “Towards a Superintelligent Notion

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Wednesday, January 15th: Presentation of Paper for the Oral Exam, Michael LeChevallier “The Stain of Association”; 12:00-1:20, Rm 200

Please join the Ethics workshop in Week 2 to have a conversation with Michael about his orals paper, in preparation for his exams. An abstract of the paper: Individual complicity and guilt are, in the American legal and moral context,

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Wednesday, January 15th: Presentation of Paper for the Oral Exam, Michael LeChevallier “The Stain of Association”; 12:00-1:20, Rm 200

Please join the Ethics workshop in Week 2 to have a conversation with Michael about his orals paper, in preparation for his exams. An abstract of the paper: Individual complicity and guilt are, in the American legal and moral context,

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December 3rd 12-1:20pm Professor Anna Peterson, “Means and Ends in Social Ethics”

The Dean’s Office and the Workshop are again co-sponsoring an event with a candidate for a faculty position in Religious Ethics.  Professor Anna Peterson will join us for a lunchtime discussion of her paper, “Means and Ends in Social Ethics” at

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December 3rd 12-1:20pm Professor Anna Peterson, “Means and Ends in Social Ethics”

The Dean’s Office and the Workshop are again co-sponsoring an event with a candidate for a faculty position in Religious Ethics.  Professor Anna Peterson will join us for a lunchtime discussion of her paper, “Means and Ends in Social Ethics” at

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Ilsup Ahn Lecture on Undocumented Workers

Please join us Tuesday Nov. 19th at 7:30 PM in Rm. S201 for a lecture by Professor Ahn, an alumnus of the University and a professor at Northpark. He will be lecturing on the topic of his recently published book,

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Ilsup Ahn Lecture on Undocumented Workers

Please join us Tuesday Nov. 19th at 7:30 PM in Rm. S201 for a lecture by Professor Ahn, an alumnus of the University and a professor at Northpark. He will be lecturing on the topic of his recently published book,

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Nov. 11 12-1:30 Devin O’Rourke presentation

Please join us next Monday from 12-1:30 in Rm. S200 for lunch and a discussion with Devin O’Rourke on his paper. Devin summarizes his paper thusly: I pose a series of questions in this essay that examine how political theorist

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Nov. 11 12-1:30 Devin O’Rourke presentation

Please join us next Monday from 12-1:30 in Rm. S200 for lunch and a discussion with Devin O’Rourke on his paper. Devin summarizes his paper thusly: I pose a series of questions in this essay that examine how political theorist

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Nov. 1-Kristel Clayville Presenting Final Chapter of Dissertation-Draft

Please join us this Friday, Nov. 1 at Noon in Rm. 208 to respond and talk with Kristel on her first ‘constructive musings’ on her final chapter of her dissertation on Hans Jonas, Holmes Rolston, and the use of the

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Nov. 1-Kristel Clayville Presenting Final Chapter of Dissertation-Draft

Please join us this Friday, Nov. 1 at Noon in Rm. 208 to respond and talk with Kristel on her first ‘constructive musings’ on her final chapter of her dissertation on Hans Jonas, Holmes Rolston, and the use of the

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013, 12-1:20 pm. Professor Richard B. Miller “On Making a Cultural Turn in Religious Ethics.” Common Room

The Dean’s Office and the workshop together invite you to join us for a conversation with Richard B. Miller.  Professor Miller is a candidate for a senior position in ethics at the Divinity School.  This is a fantastic opportunity for

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013, 12-1:20 pm. Professor Richard B. Miller “On Making a Cultural Turn in Religious Ethics.” Common Room

The Dean’s Office and the workshop together invite you to join us for a conversation with Richard B. Miller.  Professor Miller is a candidate for a senior position in ethics at the Divinity School.  This is a fantastic opportunity for

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