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Tagung "The Ethics of Partiality: Ancient and Modern Perspectives"

29.09.2022 – 30.09.2022

The Ethics of Partiality: Ancient and Modern Perspectives


29 & 30 September 2022


LMU Munich


Center for Ethics and Philosophy in Practice
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, Room M 210


Program


Thursday, 29 September 2022


09.15 Welcome
09.30-10.40 Philipp Brüllmann (LMU Munich): Using Partial Relationships as a Basis for Ethics: An Ancient Strategy
10.50-12.00 Béatrice Lienemann (FAU Erlangen): Plato on the reasons and the value of friendship (philia)
12.00-14.00 Break
14.00-15.10 Jennifer Whiting (University of Pittsburgh): Know Thyselves: Epistemological Aspects of Love and Friendship
15.20-16.30 Holger Baumann (University of Zurich) / Monika Betzler (LMU Munich): Friendship and the Limits of Paternalism
16.30-16.50 Coffee Break
16.50-18.00 Christof Rapp (LMU Munich): Partiality in Epictetus
18.10-19.10 Discussion: Ancient and Modern Perspectives 1
19.30 Dinner


Friday, 30 September 2022


09.30-10.40 Jeanette Kennett (Macquarie University): Partiality and Blame
10.50-12.00 Dean Cocking (Delft University of Technology): Obedience, Openness to Influence and Being Educible
2
12.00-14.00 Break
14.00-15.10 Thornton Lockwood (Quinnipiac University): The Partial Coherence of Cicero’s De officiis
15.20-16.30 Jörg Löschke (University of Zurich): Virtue Ethics and Agent-Relative Deontological Thresholds
16.30-16.50 Coffee Break
16.50-18.00 Discussion: Ancient and Modern Perspectives 2
19.00 Dinner


Organisation


Philipp Brüllmann (MUSAΦ) & Monika Betzler (ZEPP)


Registration
Bruellmann@lrz.uni-muenchen.de

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