[SydPhil] Roundtable Lunch with Professor John Haldane: Moral, Social and Political Philosophy

Institute for Ethics and Society ies at nd.edu.au
Tue Apr 26 11:48:23 AEST 2016

Roundtable Lunch with Professor John Haldane
On Moral, Social and Political Philosophy

Monday 9th May

Fifteen places are available to take part in a roundtable discussion over lunch with John Haldane, Visiting Professor at the University of Notre Dame Australia. Places are open to those with an active research interest in the central themes of Haldane's work, with a particular focus on moral, social and political philosophy. Senior undergraduate, postgraduate and early career researchers are particularly encouraged to apply.

Professor Haldane is currently the J. Newton Rayzor Distinguished Chair in Philosophy at Baylor University, USA. He is also Professor of Moral Philosophy and co-director of the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs in the University of St Andrews, Scotland; Visiting Professor in the Centre for Character and Virtues in the University of Birmingham, England; Permanent Research Fellow of the Center for Ethics and Culture, University of Notre Dame, USA, and Chair of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, London. Professor Haldane has published 200 academic papers, and authored many books, including 'Practical Philosophy: Ethics, Society and Culture' (2009). Professor Haldane is also founding and general editor of St Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs.

Participants in the roundtable will be asked to prepare a couple of questions and/or a "three minute thesis" they would like to discuss with the group. The discussion will be informal but moderated in order to ensure everyone has a chance to participate. A catered lunch will be provided.

To apply to take part please email a brief biography and statement regarding your research interest in Prof. Haldane's work in the area of moral, social and political philosophy to ies at nd.edu.au

Date: Monday 9th May, 2016
Time: 12.15 pm - 2 pm
Venue:L1, 104 Broadway, Broadway (Presbytery building), The University of Notre Dame Australia, Broadway Campus

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