GRIN – Workshop on Supervenience and Normativity
The organisers of the workshop on Supervenience and Normativity scheduled at the end of the month had to make some changes to the program. You will find below a revised version of the schedule. We hope to see you there.
Workshop on Supervenience and Normativity
When: February 28 and March 1, 2014
Where: University of Montreal, Lionel-Groulx Building 3150 Jean-Brillant Street, Room C-2059 (Here is a link to a map of the campus: http://plancampus.umontreal.ca/)
Organized by Daniel Laurier and Josée Brunet
Day 1, February 28 2014
10h20-10h30 Welcome Speech
10h30-12h00 Daniel Laurier (U. of Montreal), "Reasons and Supervenience"
12h00-14h00 Lunch Break
14h00-15h30 Gerald Harrison (Massey U.), "An Evidential Argument against the Moral Supervenience Thesis and Reductionism about Normative Reasons"
15h45-17h15 Carla Bagnoli (U. of Modena and Reggio Emilia), "Supervenience and Normative Principles"
Day 2, March 1 2014
14h00-15h30 Antonino Rotolo (U. of Bologna), "Logics for Normative Supervenience"
15h45-17h15 Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers U.), "Normativity, Supervenience and Semantic Determination"