What can thinking about disability teach us about philosophy?

You are invited to the upcoming Monash workshop, “What can thinking about disability teach us about philosophy?”, taking place on Friday 7th-Saturday 8th December at Monash Caulfield. Revised program:

1000-1130 Eva Feder Kittay (Stony Brook)

Towards a Humbler Philosophy

1130-1145 COFFEE

1145-1315 Jeanette Kennett (Macquarie)

Crime, Punishment, and Dementia

1315-1415 LUNCH

1415-1545 Stephanie Elsen (Bern)

Taking seriously the political and social value of the concept of disability

1545-1600 COFFEE

1600-1730 David Shoemaker (Tulane)

Disordered, Disabled, Disregarded, Dismissed: Immorality and Exemption

Saturday 8 December 2018

1000-1130 Elizabeth Barnes (Virginia – via Skype) TBA

1130-1145 COFFEE

1145-1315 Suzy Killmister (Monash)

The Metaphysical Implications of Moral Status Talk

1315-1415 LUNCH

1415-1545 Linda Barclay (Monash)

Cognitive impairment and the moral imperative of expressive respect

For full details, see https://sites.google.com/monash.edu/monash-disability-philosophy/home

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