Criminal Liability and Luck

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Who this event is for

  • Everyone


Boardroom (B1/10), B, Harcourt Hill Campus


9.30  Tea & Coffee

10.00 Thomas Schmidt (Humboldt Universität, Berlin)- 'How to Understand the Problem of Moral Luck'

11.00 Ulrike Heuer (University of Leeds) - On Moral Luck

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Neil Levy (Florey Neuroscience Institutes & Oxford Centre for Neuroethics) - 'Moral Responsibility and the Content of Psychopath's Judgments'

14.00 Tea & Coffee

14.30 Erasmus Mayr (Queen's College, Oxford) - 'Crime, Luck, and Punishment'

15.30 Antony Duff and Sandra Marshall (Stirling & University of Minnesota)- 'Luck Beyond the Crime'

16.30 End

The workshop is organised by the Behaviour Studies Research Group, FHSS.

It will be followed at 17.00 by the British Society for the Philosophy of Religion Public Lecture:

Timothy Chappell (Open University) - ‘Action and Contemplation in Plato and Iris Murdoch’