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Past Events

Jan
10

Basic Income Illusions: Lucas Stanczyk and Debra Satz

5:30pm | Stanford Law School, Crown Building,..., MAP

Should basic-income strategies be prioritized over labor organization? Are unconditional cash payments to individuals the proper response to collective...

Dec
14

Workshop on Law and Philosophy

10:30am | Stanford Humanities Center, MAP

Workshop on Law and Philosophy, Friday Dec 14 – Saturday Dec 15 Stanford University

Pre-read. Six...

Nov
30

Lucas Stanczyk Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Climate Change and the Structure of Intergenerational Justice

How quickly should the world reduce its greenhouse gas emissions? On the one...

Nov
29

Give People Money: How a Universal Basic Income Would End Poverty, Revolutionize Work, and Remake the World

5:30pm | Stanford Law School, Crown Building,..., MAP

This event has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov 29, at 5:30 p.m.
Join us for a conversation with Annie Lowrey, an economics...

Nov
27

Book Launch - Just Giving: Why Philanthropy Is Failing Democracy and How It Can Do Better

6:30pm | Bechtel Conference Center – Encina Hall..., MAP

The troubling ethics and politics of philanthropy.
Are the announcements of Jeff Bezos or the operations of Chan Zuckerberg things we should...

Nov
16

Mark Colyvan Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Crime, Punishment, and Bare Statistical Evidence

Mark Colyvan (University of Sydney and LMU)

Abstract: Various real and imagined...
Nov
09

Holly Smith Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

The Morality of Creating and Eliminating Duties

We often act in ways that create duties for ourselves: we adopt a child and become obligated to...

Nov
02

Hume Speaker: Stephen Darwall

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Gratitude as a Second-Personal Attitude (of the Heart)

P. F. Strawson lists gratitude as one of the distinctively second-...

Oct
12

Mark Schroeder Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

Relationship Pathologies

This talk will be about how people – even well-meaning people – can fail to understand one another in ways that are...

Oct
05

Jennifer Nagel Colloquium

3:30pm | Building 90, Room 92Q, MAP

“Conversational Epistemics and Epistemology”

Some of the most interesting rules governing human conversations are epistemic in nature: in fact,...

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