The Moral Demands of Relationships
Impartiality has been suggested to be a core principle of morality. Yet, recent philosophical research indicates contexts in which it might be morally demanded to be partial. Likewise, empirical research demonstrated that people enforce partiality. Outstanding cases for moral partiality seem to be personal relationships (e.g., parent-child relationships, friendships or intimate partnerships). This conference brings together moral philosophers and empirically working moral psychologists to explore the moral demands of relationships and how they relate to demands of impartial morality.
Teilnehmer sind u.a.: Michael Brady (Glasgow), Roger Crisp (Oxford), Yarrow Dunham (Yale), Anca Gheaus (UPF Barcelona), Troy Jollimore (California State University), Monika Keller (MPI für Bildungsforschung, Berlin), Melanie Killen (University of Maryland), Joan Miller (NSSR New York), Philip Pettit (Princeton), Jennifer Whiting (Pittsburgh).
Ort und Anmeldung
- Programm "The Moral Demands of Relationships" (175 KByte)