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Workshop on New Directions for Normative Naturalism

This workshop will explore new versions of normative naturalism that have been proposed in recent years, innovative arguments for or against naturalism, and new ways of understanding the divide between naturalism and non-naturalism in metaethics. The workshop is organized in connection with the project “Expressivism and Normative Realism”, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 837036. The workshop will take place on Zoom. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to all registered participants a few days before the workshop. Registration is free but required. In order to register, please email Camil Golub at c.golub@leeds.ac.uk by July 1st, 2021. Schedule (UK time/BST) Wednesday, 7 July 13:45 Welcome 14:00-15:15 Jack Woods (Leeds), "Ethical Autonomy Done Right" 15:30-16:45 Debbie Roberts (Edinburgh), "Normative Indispensability" 17:00-18:15 Hille Paakkunainen (Syracuse), "A Naturalism about Virtue" 18:15 Digital workshop drinks Thursday, 8 July 13:00-14:15 Sebastian Köhler (Frankfurt), "Saving Conceptual Role Expressivism from Defect" 14:30-15:45 Louise Hanson (Oxford), "Must True Moral Realists be Non-Naturalists?" 16:15-17:30 Jessica Isserow (Leeds) and Edward J. R. Elliott (Leeds), "Another Bloody Paper on Moral Twin Earth" 17:45-19:00 N. G. Laskowski (CSU Long Beach) and Nathan Robert Howard (Texas A&M), "No Gods, No Masters, No Authoritative Normativity" 19:00 Digital workshop drinks


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