This workshop, organized by Matthé Scholten and Dilek Yamali and the ASCA Philosophy and Public Affairs Research Group, aims to bring together academics working on moral responsibility. During the workshop participants will discuss working papers, which have been distributed and read in advance.
Andreas Leonhard Menges (Berlin, Humboldt)
Appropriate Blame and the Structure of Responsibility
Katrien Schaubroeck (Antwerp)
What Does It Mean to Call Moral Responsibility a Second-Personal Concept?
Frank Hindriks (Groningen)
Corporate Responsibility and the Duty of Accountability
Liesbet Vanhaute (Antwerp)
Praise for Angry Blame
Dilek Yamali (Amsterdam, UvA)
Kant on Moral Dilemmas and Moral Responsibility
Claudia Blöser (Frankfurt)
The Prospective and Retrospective Aspect of Forgiveness
Carla Bagnoli (Modena)
Responsibility, Blame and Respect
Jan Willem Wieland (Amsterdam, VU)
Indifference and Excuses
Matthé Scholten (Amsterdam, UvA)
For What It’s Worth: Praise, Blame, and the Excuse of Inadvertence
Maureen Sie (Rotterdam)
Free Will, an Illussion? An Answer from a Pragmatic Sentimentalist Point of View
Attendance is free but space is limited, so please register by sending a mail to the organizers: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Papers are expected to be read in advance. They will be distributed among the registered participants by the 6th of October. At the workshop, presenters will only give a very short introduction to their paper. The rest of the time is reserved for discussion.