2016

Thursday 13 October - Reading group on M Clayton´s manuscript

(2 chapters) - 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Thursday 20 October - Reading group on M Clayton´s manuscript

(2 chapters) - 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Thursday 20 October - Reading group on M Clayton´s manuscript

(2 chapters) - 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Friday, 28 October, 9:30am-18:00 Workshop Independence for Children

A one-day workshop on Matthew Clayton´s new manuscript on parental morality

Speakers:

Matthew Clayton, University of Warwick

Andrée-Anne Cormier, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Timothy Fowler, University of Bristol

Sarah Stroud, McGill University

Han van Wietmarschen, University College London

Timetable:

9:15-9:30 - M Clayton

9:30 - 11:00 - S Stroud

11:00 - 11:30 - Break

11:30 - 13:00 H Van Wietmarschen

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 15:30 A Cormier

15:30 - 16:00 - Break

16:00 - 17:30 T Fowler

17:30 - 18:30 Concluding remark

Thursday 3 November - Reading group on Family Justice (Lotz and Wasserman on procreative motives) - 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Thursday 10 November - Reading group on Family Justice (Satiya on love) - 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Monday 14 November - Reading group on Family Justice (Jaworska and Tannenbaum on person-rearing relationships)- 14:00-15.30 Aula 24400

Tuesday 22 November - Reading group on Family Justice (Gerald Cullity´s “Public Goods and Fairness”) - 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Tuesday 29 November - Reading group on Family Justice 

(T Scanlon, Moral Dimensions (Harvard UP, 2008), chapters 1 and 2) 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Wednesday 7 December - Reading group on Family Justice 

(T Scanlon, Moral Dimensions (Harvard UP, 2008), chapters 3 and 4) 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

Wednesday 14 December - Reading group on Family Justice (Joseph Millum, “How Do We Acquire Parental Responsibilities?”) 12-13:30 - Aula 24400

 

 

 

* All workshops are sponsored by ERC Consolidator Grant (648610) on Justice and the Family: An Analysis of the Normative Significance of Procreation and Parenthood in a Just Society. See https://portal.upf.edu/web/familyjustice/the-project