Free Will and Moral Psychology Print
Written by Toni Gomila   
Wednesday, 03 December 2008 11:20

V Inter-University Workhop on Mind, Art and Morality 

Free Will and Moral Psychology 

Universitat de les Illes Balears, December 18-20, 2008 


Thursday, December 18, 2008 

15:15 Meeting and presentation 

15:30  Shaun Nichols (U. Arizona) 

Emotions, norms, and the moralization of fairness 

17:00 Break 

17:30 Mar Cabezas (U. Salamanca) 

The emotional basis of moral judgements: is autonomy possible? 


Friday, December 19, 2008 

9:30 Paula Droege (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) 

Is Free Will an Illusion? 

11:00 Break 

11:30 Gunnar Björnsson and Karl Persson (University of Gothenburg) 

The explanatory component of moral responsibility 

13:00 Lunch 

15:00 Carlos Moya (U. València) 

      Avoidability, Reasons-responsiveness and Moral Responsibility 

16:30 Break 

17:00 Round-table on C. Moya (2006) Moral Responsibility: The ways of scepticism 

C. Thiebaut (U. Carlos III), J. Vega (U. Autónoma Madrid), A. Gomila & Carlos Moya 


Saturday, December 20, 2008 

9:30        Manuel Vargas (San Francisco U. & Radcliffe Inst. for Advanced Studies, Harvard) 

Desert, Retribution & Moral responsibility 

11:00 Break 

11:30  Iskra Fileva (U. of  Nevada, Reno) 

Vice’s Non-Innocent Victims 

13:00 Lunch 

15:00 Ivar Rodríguez (U. Complutense Madrid) 

Can Cosmopolitan Impartiality Be Naturalized? 

16:30 Shaun Nichols 

The belief in free will: why we have it and what if we lose it


For workshop details contact Toni Gomila



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