Some Upcoming Talks and Presentations
Invited Presentation, Universität Erlangen, June 26, 2018
Comment at Workshop in Honor of Joseph Raz, London, July 10-11, 2018
Seminar and Invited Presentation, Universität Essen, July 19, 2018
Conference on Recognition, Yale University, September 27-28, 2018
Department Colloquium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, December 7, 2018
Early Career Workshop in Moral and Political Philosophy, Berlin, December 17-18, 2018 (organizer, with Einstein Ethics Group)
University of Toronto Legal Theory Workshop, March 1, 2019
Featured Philosopher, XVIth Göttingen Colloquium in Philosophy, May 6-8, 2019
Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar for 2019-2020 (involving 2-day visits to several different American colleges and universities)
Invited Talks and Presentations (since 1992)
“Discretionary Moral Duties”, Joel Feinberg Lecture, Arizona Workshop in Normative Ethics, January 2018; Keynote Address, Bern-Zürich Workshop in Moral Theory, June 2018
“Trust, Anger, Resentment: On Blame and the Economy of Disesteem”, University of London, May 2017; Mark Sacks Lecture, Frankfurt, June 2017; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, June 2017; Ethics, Law, and Society Forum, Sonoma State University, October 2017; New York University, February 2018; Metropolitan State University of Denver, April 2018
Workshop on book manuscript: “The Moral Nexus”, Berlin, May 2017; Frankfurt, June 2017
“Wie uns die Moral verbindet”, “Meeting Einstein” Presentation (with Einstein Ethics Group) in connection with the Berliner Stiftungswoche, April 2017
“Moral Address: What It Is, Why It Matters”, Conference on the Philosophy of Gary Watson, New Orleans, November 2016
Workshop on The View from Here, University of Amsterdam, September 2016
Discussion of Themes from The View from Here with Winnie Sung, Rutgers Workshop in Chinese Philosophy, April 2016
“Williams on Ethical Confidence”, Conference on Bernard Williams’s Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy, Oxford, July 2015
“Philosophy Talk” program on Regret, March Theater, Berkeley, June 2015 (for broadcast in summer 2015)
“The Moral Nexus: Toward a Relational Account”, Three Hempel Lectures, Princeton University, May 2015
“Relational Normativity and the Problem of Moral Obligation”, Center for Ethics and Public Affairs, Tulane University, March 2015; Philosophy Colloquium, Duke University, April 2015; University of Toronto, December 2015; Conference on The Direction of Moral Duties, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, May 2016; Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, November 2016; Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, December 2016
Seminar on The View from Here, University of Aarhus, Denmark, November 2014
“Value, Trauma, and the Future of Humanity”, Institute of Philosophical Research, UNAM, Mexico City, October 2014; Justus Hartnack Lecture, University of Aarhus, Denmark, November 2014; Workshop on Moral and Political Philosophy, Harvard University, October 2015
Roundtable on The View from Here (with L. Anderson, Stanford; David Hills, Stanford; S. Scheffler, NYU; S. Shiffrin, UCLA), The Kadish Center for Morality, Law and Public Affairs, UC Berkeley, November 2013
Lecture and Seminar on The View from Here, Brown University, October 2013
“Morality as Politics: Harman’s Genealogy of Morals”, Conference in honor of Gilbert Harman, Princeton, September 2013
“Bilateralität in der Moral” (shorter version), Voltaire Lecture, Universität Potsdam, July 2013
“Bilateralität in der Moral”, Frankfurt Lectures, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, July 2013
“Normative Interests, Normative Relationships, and the Problem of Promissory Obligation”, Pacific Division Meetings of the APA, San Francisco, March 2013; Keynote address, Society for Applied Philosophy Conference, Oxford, June 2014.
“The Fugitive Thought: Blackburn on Reasons”, Workshop on Rationalism in Ethics, Princeton University, November 2012; University of Tennessee, March 2013.
“Emotions and Relationships. On a Theme from Strawson”, Conference on Responsibility and Relationships, The College of William and Mary, September 2012; Research Seminar, University of Tennessee, March 2013; Johns Hopkins Seminar in Political and Moral Thought, February 2014; Princeton Political Theory Colloquium, February 2014; Philosophy Colloquium, UC Davis, May 2014; Keynote address, Workshop on “Verantwortung, Vorwürfe, Verzeihen”, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, June 2014.
“A Modest Defense of Regret”, “Abschiedsfest” for Rüdiger Bittner, Bielefeld, July 2012.
“Regret and the Affirmation of Life: The Bourgeois Predicament”, Ethics Lecture 2, Peking University, Beijing China, May 2012.
“Regret, Attachment, and Moral Luck”, Ethics Lecture 1, Peking University, Beijing China May 2012.
“Regret and Agency”, Pacific APA, Seattle, April 2012
Round Table on Nihilism in Literature and Philosophy, Stanford University, February 2012
Three research seminars in Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan (“Attachment and the Limits of Regret”; “Regret, Justification, and Moral Luck”; “Regret and the Affirmation of Life: the Bourgeois Predicament”), August 2011.
“Duties of Love”, Keynote Address, Conference on the Reasons of Love, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, May-June 2011; Keynote Address, Royal Ethics Conference, University of Texas at Austin, February 2012; Zhejiang University, Hangzhou China, May 2012; contribution to a symposium (with David Owens), Joint Sessions of The Mind Association and The Aristotelian Society, Stirling, July 2012.
“Rightness and Responsibility”, Keynote Address, 5th Annual Conference on Ethical Theory and Political Philosophy, Northwestern University, May 2011; Hegel-Kongress, Stuttgart, June 2011; University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, October 2011; Toronto Legal Theory Workshop, March 2012; Fudan University, Shanghai China, May 2012; USC Law and Philosophy Workshop, October 2012.
“The Bourgeois Predicament”, Zeno Lecture, University of Leiden, October 2010; Moral Philosophy Seminar, University of Oxford, November 2010; Universität Wien, December 2010; Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen, January 2011.
Comment on Claudia Bösler, Conference on Defeasibility, Frankfurt, September 2010.
Critic in Author-Meets-Critics session on J. J. Thomson, Normativity, Pacific APA, San Francisco, April 2010.
Comment on Matt Bedke, Arizona Current Research Workshop, Tucson, October 2009.
“Constructivism about Normativity. Some Pitfalls”, Conference on Constructivism in Ethics, Sheffield, August 2009.
Comment on Elinor Mason, “Moral Responsibility and Moral Theory: A Package Deal”, Workshop on Practical Reason, Edinburgh, June 2009.
Workshop on my recent work (“Aspects of Resentment”), LMU Munich, June 2009.
Two-day workshop on my recent work, Universitaet Bern, June 2009.
“Justification, Regret, and Moral Complaint: Looking Forward and Looking Backward on (and in) Human Life”, Ohio University, April 2009; Conference on Themes from the Ethics of Bernard Williams, Leeds, June-July 2009; University of Pennsylvania, November 2009; Workshop, LMU München, October 2010; Universität Dortmund, January 2011.
“Hypocrisy, Moral Address, and the Equality of Persons”, Pacific APA, Vancouver, April 2009; Ohio University, April 2009; Universitaet Bern, May 2009; LMU Munich, June 2009.
“Conceptions of Normativity. Some Basic Philosophical Issues”, Conference on “The Formation of Normative Orders”, Frankfurt, November 2008.
“Autorenkolloquium”, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, June 2008.
Workshop on my recent work (“Aspects of Resentment”), University of Oslo, June 2008.
“Resentment, Deliberation, and the Scope of Morality”, University of Saskatchewan, March 2008.
Comment on Matthew Talbert, Conference on Responsibility, Agency, and Persons, University of San Francisco, October 2007.
“Dispassionate Opprobrium. On Blame and the Reactive Sentiments”, Conference on Agency and Responsibility, Indiana University, September 2007; UC Riverside, Agency Workshop, December 2007; University of Saskatchewan, March 2008; Brown University, May 2008; University of Oslo, June 2008; Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, June 2008; National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, November 2008.
“The Argument from Resentment”, Bowdoin College, May 2007; The Aristotelian Society, London, June 2007; York University, June 2007; The Socrates Society, Oxford, June 2007; Seminar discussion, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, November 2008.
Author-Meets-Critics session on Stephen Darwall, The Second-Person Standpoint, Pacific Division Meetings of the APA, San Francisco, April 2007.
Practical Reason Seminar, Harvard University, March 2007.
Comment on Pamela Hieronymi, Conference on Agency and Action, Wake Forest University, September 2006.
Comment on Daniel Markovits, Eastern Div. Meetings of the APA, New York, December 2005
“Constructing Normativity”, conference on normativity, Zentrum fuer interdisziplinaere Forschung, Bielefeld, July 2005.
“Reasons, Values, and Agent-Relativity”, workshop on value, University of Leeds, May 2005; meeting of the Swedish Philosophical Society, June 2005; BAFFLE meeting, February 2006; Conference on Reason and Value, UC Santa Barbara, February 2008; Abschlussvortrag, Conference of the Gesellschaft fuer analytische Philosophie (“GAP”), Bremen, September 2009.
“The Deontic Structure of Morality”, Erskine Lecture, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, March 2005; conference on practical rationality, University of Maryland, April 2005; University of Sheffield, May 2005; Harvard University, December 2005; Universitaet Frankfurt, January 2006; Princeton University, April 2006; UC San Diego, May 2006; Conference on Reasons and Rationality, Universitaet Wien, June 2006; Reed College, November 2006; Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, Berkeley, April 2007; The Dasturzada Dr Jal Pavry Memorial Lecture (aka The Winchester Lecture), Oxford, June 2007; University of Saskatchewan, March 2008.
“Ressentiment, Value, and Self-Understanding. Making Sense of Nietzsche’s Slave Revolt,” Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, November 2004; Universität Wien, December 2004; Erskine Lecture, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, March 2005.
“Promising and its Moral Significance,” Aarhus University, November 2004.
“Moral Reasons and Moral Fetishes. Rationalists and Anti-Rationalists on Moral Motivation” (earlier versions presented under the title “Moral Reasons and Moral Motivation”), BAFFLE, Berkeley, March 2004; Conference on Moral Psychology, University of Minnesota, April 2004; Symposium presentation, Central Division Meetings of the APA, Chicago, April 2004; Moral Philosophy Seminar, Oxford, May 2004; University of Adelaide, June 2004; Conference on Reasons and Rationality, Canberra, June 2004; Aarhus University, November 2004; Universität Potsdam, January 2005; Erasmus University of Rotterdam, February 2005; Erskine Lecture, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, March 2005.
“Promises and Practices Revisited” (written with Niko Kolodny), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, March 2003; University of Colorado at Boulder, April 2003; Universität Potsdam, June 2003.
Comment on Seana Shiffrin, “Paternalism, Unconscionability Doctrine, and Accommodation,” Pacific Division Meetings of the APA, San Francisco, March 2003.
“Explanation, Deliberation, and Reasons,” Georgetown University, November 2002.
“Wille und Normativität,” Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, July 2002.
“Normativity and the Will,” conference on “The History and Future of the Will,” University of California, Riverside, March 2002; Royal Institute of Philosophy conference on “Action and Agency,” Oxford, September 2002.
Comment on Christine M. Korsgaard, “Realism and Constructivism in 20th Century Moral Philosophy,” Eastern Division Meetings of the APA, Atlanta, December 2001.
Comment on Michael Thompson, “What is it to Wrong Someone?,” Eastern Division Meetings of the APA, Atlanta, December 2001.
“The Publicity of Reasons,” conference on “Reasons of One’s Own,” Utrecht, April 2001; BAFFLE, Berkeley, September 2001; Princeton University, October 2001; University of Washington, Seattle, May 2002; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, July 2002; Colloquium in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory, New York University, October 2002; Wake Forest University, March 2002; UCLA, March 2004.
“Scanlon’s Contractualism,” Erasmus University of Rotterdam, April 2001.
“Contractualism and Pluralism,” Workshop on “Praktische Gründe und praktische Vernunft,” Universität Göttingen, July 2000.
“Caring, Reflexivity, and the Structure of Volition,” Research School of Social Science, Australian National University, February 2000; Macquarie University, March 2000; Monash University, April 2000; Pfingstkurs, Universität Bielefeld, June 2000.
“Normativity, Commitment, and Instrumental Reason,” Jowett Society, Oxford University, March 1999; Berliner Workshop zur praktischen Vernunft, April 1999; University of California, Berkeley, April 1999; section on metaethics and methodology of the Netherlands School for Research in Practical Philosophy, Utrecht, November 1999; Workshop in Moral and Social Philosophy, Australian National University, March 2000; Stanford University Ethics Reading Group, March 2002.
“Addiction as Defect of the Will: Some Philosophical Reflections,” Workshop on Addiction and Responsibility, Chapel Hill, September 1998; Reading University, March 1999; Oxford University, March 1999.
“Three Conceptions of Rational Agency,” Workshop on Practical Reason, München, July 1998; Keynote Address, British Society for Ethical Theory, Canterbury, September 1998; Rutgers University, February 1999; Stanford University, February 1999.
“Moral Responsibility and the Practical Point of View,” Keynote Address, International Conference on Moral Responsibility and Ontology, Utrecht-Leiden, June 1998.
“Moralische Gründe–Aus der Sicht des Handelnden,” Universität Konstanz, January 1998; Universität Hannover, July 1998; Universität Göttingen, May 2000.
“Richtiges Handeln und der Sinn des Lebens,” Universität Leipzig, January 1998.
“Internal Reasons and the Deliberative Point of View,” Workshop on Practical Reason, Berlin, January 1998.
Colloquium on Responsibility and the Moral Sentiments, Ethik Zentrum, Universität Zürich, June 1997; Stanford University, February 1999.
“The Rightness of Acts and the Goodness of Lives,” Freie Universität Berlin, December 1996; Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München, February, 1997; University of South Carolina, April 1997; Invited symposium presentation at the meetings of the Central Division of the American Philosophical Association, Pittsburgh, April 1997 (Nicholas Sturgeon commenting); Workshop in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory, Berkeley, April 2002; University of British Columbia, October 2003.
“Kann ein Utilitarist Handeln?,” Universität Bielefeld, June, 1995; Universität Hamburg, June 1995; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, June 1995; Universität Salzburg, June 1995.
“Reason and Responsibility,” Conference on Ethics and Practical Reason, St. Andrews, March, 1995; University of Pittsburgh, January 1996; Columbia University, April 1996.
Comment on Tracy Isaacs, “Responsibility and Autonomy,” Meetings of the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association, Washington, D.C., December 1992.
“Kant on Moral Worth and Moral Luck,” Meetings of the Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association, Portland, Oregon, March 1992 (Mary Mothersill commenting); Princeton University, October 1992.
Updated on 2018-06-25 09:21:46 -0700 by R. Jay Wallace