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Call for Abstracts: TVA Conference: Rawls and Kant

Final Call for Abstracts
Themes from the Moral Philosophy of Rawls and Kant
Tennessee Value and Agency (TVA) Annual Conference
University of Tennessee
November 16-18, 2012

Keynote speakers:
Thomas M. Scanlon, Harvard University
Pamela Hieronymi, UCLA

Abstracts (of 2-3 double-spaced pages and prepared for blind review) are due by June 15, 2012 by email to Adam Cureton (adamcureton@utk.edu).

John Rawls spent most of his career writing about justice and democratic
political systems, but scattered throughout his earliest papers, course
lectures and books are suggestive remarks and undeveloped ideas about moral philosophy more generally, including its proper methodology, the role of normative ethical theory, the relevance of empirical psychology as well as
substantive positions on moral topics ranging from supererogation to guilt,
shame and love. Perhaps Rawls’ greatest influence in moral philosophy so far has been through his students and colleagues, who have in various ways developed, refined and reworked dominant themes in an evolving tradition of moral philosophy that many of them share with Rawls and Kant. read more...

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