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GRIN – Workshop on Supervenience and Normativity

January 25, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Interuniversity Normativity Research Group (GRIN) cordially invites you to its

Workshop on Supervenience and Normativity

When:            February 28 and March 1, 2014


Where:           University of Montréal, Lionel-Groulx Building, 3150 Jean-Brillant Street, Room C-2059 (http://plancampus.umontreal.ca/)


Organized by Daniel Laurier and Josée Brunet




Day 1, February 28 2014


10h00-10h20             Coffee

10h20-10h30             Welcome Speech

10h30-12h00              Bartosz Brozek (Jagiellonian U.), Title: TBA

12h00-14h00              Lunch Break

14h00-15h30              Gerald Harrison (Massey U.), “An Evidential Argument against the Moral Supervenience Thesis and Reductionism about Normative Reasons”

15h30-15h45              Break

15h45-17h15              Carla Bagnoli (U. of Modena and Reggio Emilia), “Supervenience and Normative Principles”


Day 2, March 1 2014


10h10                          Coffee

10h30-12h00              Daniel Laurier (U. of Montreal), “Reasons and Supervenience”

12h00-14h00              Lunch Break

14h00-15h30              Antonino Rotolo (U. of Bologna), “Logics for Normative Supervenience”

15h30-15h45              Break

15h45-17h15              Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers U.), “Normativity, Supervenience and Semantic Determination”


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