Tag Archives: Moral psychology

OZSW Course on Moral Psychology

Moral psychology is a growing field of interdisciplinary research that draws on both normative reflection and theorizing in philosophy and empirical research and modelling in psychology and other social sciences. Students will come to understand many of the main concepts and theories in contemporary moral psychology. In addition, they will learn to criticize methodologies and analyses in the empirical literature.

Workshop “The Moral Psychology of Liberal Democracy” – Centre for Political Philosophy

Centre for Political Philosophy, Leiden University Workshop “The Moral Psychology of Liberal Democracy” Friday October 31, 9.30-17.00 Location: Institute for Philosophy, Leiden University. Reuvensplaats 3-4, room 1.01E. (http://visitors.leiden.edu/buildings/reuvensplaats.html) Theme of the workshop Most contemporary Western states are liberal democracies. Their constitutions combine democratic decision procedures with non-democratic restriction on that procedure (usually in the form … Continue reading Workshop “The Moral Psychology of Liberal Democracy” – Centre for Political Philosophy

Call-for-Abstracts OZSW conference 2013 now available

The call for abstracts for the OZSW conference 2013, to take place on November 15 and 16, is now available: download call for abstracts. For more info on the conference, please visit the conference webpage at this site.