A conference featuring several distinguished ethicists and political theorists. May 12-13, 2016.
Monday , November 10, 1:30-2:45 PM, Lanier Suite, GSU Student Center
In light of recent clashes in Ferguson, MO, and elsewhere, the proper role of the police is of special importance and controversy.… more »
Congratulations to Sean Huff, winner of the 2016 Troy Moore undergraduate ethics essay contest for “Manufactured Goodness.”
For more information, please go to http://ethics.gsu.edu/students/troymoorecontest/
Kevin Vallier (philosophy, Bowling Green State University) gave a talk “A Genuinely Liberal Approach to Religion in Democratic Politics” on Friday, October 10 @ 3 PM in Philosophy Department Conference Room (34 Peachtree St. Suite 1100).
Fall 2014 ethics-in-film series: beginning Monday 9/22 @ 6 PM. Locations/films announced soon.
‘Collective Responsibility for the Future’ A conference to be held at University College Dublin, June 15-16, 2015
Sponsored by: School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin, Ireland The Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics, Georgia State University, USA
Collectives sometimes unjustly harm people, either intentionally or by accident. Scholars and laypersons increasingly discuss… more »
Join Shay for an evening discussion her paper “Trauma as Desperation: Existential Eroticism and Coercion.” After the Discussion, stay for open -mic poetry.
Dr. Welch is an assistant professor of philosophy at Spelman College.
When: Friday, April 18 2014
Time: Discussion at 7:00, Poetry beginning at 8:30
Where: Java Vino (near intersection of Highland and… more »
Our next philosophy colloquium is by Chris McMahon (philosophy, UCSB), Friday April 11, 3 PM, Phil Dept conference room, 34 Peachtree, 11th floor: “Reasonableness and Legitimacy.” Please join us.
Tuesday, April 8, 1 PM to 2:15: Please join us for a public panel discussion: “Regulation and Freedom: May the State Force You to be Free?” Our panelists are:
Alex Gourevitch, Asst. Prof. of Political Science, Brown University
James Otteson, Director, BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, and Teaching Professor
Classroom South, 209, Georgia… more »