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Eindhoven Workshop with Guy Kahane: Neuroscience meets philosophy

Announcement: workshop with Guy Kahane from Oxford (http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/members/research_staff/guy_kahane) Organized by the Technical University of Eindhoven, in collaboration with the 3TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology Thursday May 16, 13-18PM (Eindhoven) EINDHOVEN WORKSHOP: Click here for program. The workshop is free open to all interested persons. However, space is limited, so please contact Felicitas Kraemer (F.Kraemer@tue.nl) if … Continue reading Eindhoven Workshop with Guy Kahane: Neuroscience meets philosophy

Delft Workshop with Guy Kahane: For the Greater Good? Utilitarian Judgment and antisocial tendencies

Announcement: workshop with Guy Kahane from Oxford (http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/members/research_staff/guy_kahane) Organized by the Technical University of Delft, in collaboration with the 3TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology Tuesday May 14, 10-12PM (Delft) DELFT WORKSHOP: For the Greater Good? Utilitarian Judgment and antisocial tendencies In this workshop, 1-2 papers from Guy Kahane that are work in progress are discussed. … Continue reading Delft Workshop with Guy Kahane: For the Greater Good? Utilitarian Judgment and antisocial tendencies

Delft Colloquium with Guy Kahane: Normal human variation and human enhancement

Announcement: colloquium with Guy Kahane from Oxford (http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/members/research_staff/guy_kahane) Organized by the Technical University of Delft, in collaboration with the 3TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology Monday May 13, 3.30-5PM (Delft) DELFT COLLOQUIUM: Normal human variation and human enhancement ABSTRACT: In this talk I will point out several mistakes that are commonly made in the debate about … Continue reading Delft Colloquium with Guy Kahane: Normal human variation and human enhancement