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Identity and Morality: An Interdisciplinary Workshop

October 13

IDENTITY AND MORALITY
An Interdisciplinary Workshop

FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, Room 5307

Sponsored by the Self, Motivation, and Virtue Project
Hosted by the Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies

(Open to all. No registration required)

Program

9:30-9:45      Introduction and Welcome

9:45-11:15   Javier Gomez-Lavin, Shaun Nichols, Jesse Prinz, and Nina Strohminger
(CUNY, Arizona, Penn), “Investigating the Moral Self”

11:30-1:00    Linda Skitka (UIC, Psychology), “Do the Means Always Justify the Ends or Do the Ends
Sometimes Justify the Means? A Value Protection Model of Justice Reasoning”

Lunch break

2:30-4:00      George Newman (Yale, Management), “The True Self”

4:15-5:45      Marya Schechtman (UIC, Philosophy), “In My Life: Agency and Diachronic Identity”

Reception

Download an event flyer here.

identity and morality flyer

Details

Date:
October 13
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Venue

CUNY GC Room 5307
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016 United States

Organizer

Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies

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