Dates
OCTOBER 15-17, 2004

Keynote Speaker
Michael Smith (Princeton)

Peter Railton (Michigan)

Program

FRIDAY OCTOBER 15

1:30pm MARK VAN ROOJEN (Nebraska)
A Somewhat New Response to the Twin Earth Argument
Chair: Sarah Stroud (McGill)

2:45pm JUSTIN D’ARMS (Ohio State) & DANIEL JACOBSON (Bowling Green)
Anthropocentric Constraints on Human Value
Chair: Terence Cuneo (Calvin)

4:00pm HENRY RICHARDSON (Georgetown)
Creating New Norms: The Nature & Significance of Moral Powers
Chair: Don Loeb (Vermont)

7:30pm MICHAEL SMITH (Princeton)
The Evaluative and the Deontic **KEYNOTE ADDRESS**

SATURDAY OCTOBER 16

9:00AM JAMIE DREIER (Brown)
Diagreeing (About) What to Do: Negation and Completeness in Gibbard’s Norm-Expressivism
Chair: David Enoch (Hebrew University)

10:15am ALLAN GIBBARD (Michigan)
Guilt, Warranted Sentiments, and Moral Concepts
Chair: Jakob Elster (Oslo)

11:30am PETER RAILTON (Michigan)
Normative Guidance **KEYNOTE ADDRESS**

2:45pm RALPH WEDGWOOD (Oxford)
The Meaning of ‘Ought’
Chair: Joshua Gert (Florida State)

4:00pm RUTH CHANG (Rutgers)
All Things Considered
Chair: Michael Ridge (Edinburgh)

5:15pm NADEEM HUSSAIN (Stanford) & NISHI SHAH (Amherst)
Does Korsgaard Have a Metaethic?
Chair: David Merli (Franklin & Marshall)

SUNDAY OCTOBER 17

9:00am PEKKA VAYRYNEN (UC Davis)
The Buck-Passing Account of Value (Almost) Refuted
Chair: Frances Howard-Snyder (W. Wash. U)

10:15am MARK TIMMONS & TERENCE HORGAN (Arizona)
Expressivism, Yes! Relativism, No!
Chair: Pamela Hieronymi (UCLA)

11:30am SERGIO TENENBAUM (Toronto)
Losing One’s Direction of Fit
Chair: Steven Arkonovich (Reed)