This seminar is open to graduate students, supervisors, master students, and other researchers at the department (if they contact the organizer in advance).

Organizer: Krister Bykvist

Spring 2018

February 2: Daniel Ramöller, "A general map of complaint views on aggregation", commentator: Simon Knutsson

January 19: Lisa Hecht, "Rights Forfeiture Unconstrained", commentator: Nils Säfström

Autumn 2017

December 8: Mats Ingelström, "Science, Well-Being & Social Progress", commentator: Lisa Hecht

November 24: Conrad Bakka, '"No Possibility of Being Wrong"', commentator: Stina Björkholm

November 17: Daniel Ramöller, 'Impartiality as incommensurability', commentator: Mats Ingelström

November 3: Nils Säfström, 'The Normative Response Aproach to value', commentator: Jimmy Goodrich

October 27: Daniel Ramöller, 'On the Holy Grail of Aggregation', commentator: Simon Knutsson

October 20: Lisa Hecht, 'Repairing Justified Harm to the Innocent', commentator: Jimmy Goodrich

September 15: Jimmy Goodrich, 'Harming mere members', commentator: Lisa Hecht

Spring 2017

February 7 Lisa Hecht: 'Provocateurs and Their Rights to Self-Defence’. Commentator: Mats Ingelström. 

April 4 Matteo Cresti (Turin, visiting SU): 'Mapping the Relationship between Metaethics and Normative Ethics'. Commentator: Conrad Bakka.

April 11 Daniel Ramöller: 'A Welfarist Reply to Nozick's Wilt Chamberlain Argument'. Commentator: Mats Ingelström. 

May 2 Nils Säfström: 'Betterness, Fitting Attitudes, and the Partiality Problem'. Commentator: Conrad Bakka. 

May 23 Conrad Bakka: 'The Epistemic Challenge for Normative Realism'.

Autumn 2016

September 27 Lisa Hecht: 'Creating and Avoiding Risk to Oneself: An Argument to Discount Disproportionate Harm to Wrongdoers?'. Commentator: Conrad Bakka.

October 4 Nils Säfström: 'The Right and the Good... and the Fitting' (presentation of dissertation project).

October 18 Daniel Ramöller: 'Scanlon's Contractualism and Egalitarian Restrictions'. Commentator: Tim Campbell (IFS).

November 29 Mats Ingelström: 'A Dilemma for Subjective Well-Being Measurement'. Commentator: Daniel Ramöller.