Abstracts and Schedule

Two-Day Workshop on

VIRTUE AND MORAL REASONING UNDER
OPPRESSIVE SOCIAL CONDITIONS

Concordia University in Montreal, February 10-11, 2018

KEYNOTES BY:   Charlotte Witt (U New Hampshire), Eric Wiland (U Missouri, St. Louis), Elijah Milgram (U Utah), and Macalester Bell (Bryn Mawr College).


  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10th SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11th
8:30-09:00 Greeting and Registration  
9:00-10:00
Eric Wiland
(U Missouri, St. Louis)

Advice, Autonomy, and Empowering the Powerless

Charlotte Witt
(U New Hampshire)

Habituated Virtue and Social Norms in Aristotle

  10:05-11:00
Carlo DaVia
(Fordham U)

Feminist Intuitions About Oppression and Agency

Zoë Johnson King
(U Michigan)

Don't Know, Don't Care?


 11:05-12:00 Amandine Catala
(U Québec, Montréal)

Individual Virtues vs Oppressive Structures: Epistemic Agency and Epistemic Injustice


Johnny Brennan
(Fordham U)

‘Trust in the World’ and the Virtues Under Oppression


Lunch Break    
 14:00-14:55 Katharina Nieswandt & Ulf Hlobil
(Concordia U, Montreal)

TBA
Richard Friedrich Runge
(Humboldt U, Berlin)

Erich Fromm's Contribution to a Critical Theory of Virtue Ethics


15:00-15:55 Ben Laurence
(U Chicago)

Justice in the Midst of Injustice


Ana Cutts Dougherty
(Princeton in Latin America Fellow)

Epistemic Injustice and Blameworthiness


Coffee Break    
17:00-18:00 Macalester Bell
(Bryn Mawr College)

Taking Oneself Lightly in Dark Times


Elijah Millgram
(U Utah)

Custom and Customization

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QUESTIONS?

For questions, please email one of the organizers: Ulf Hlobil (ulf.hlobil@concordia.ca) or Katharina Nieswandt (katharina.nieswandt@concordia.ca).