Dates
SEPTEMBER 16-18, 2005

Keynote Speaker
T.M. Scanlon (Harvard)

Judith Thomson (MIT)

Program

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16

9am – 10:15am MARK SCHROEDER (Maryland)
The Humean Theory of Reasons
Chair: Matt Boyle (Harvard)

10:35am – 11:50am MARGARET LITTLE (Georgetown) & MARK LANCE (Georgetown)
Where the Laws Are
Chair: William FitzPatrick (Virginia Tech)

1:30 pm – 2:45pm SARAH McGRATH (Brandeis)
Moral Beliefs and Moral Disagreement
Chair: Paul Bloomfield (Connecticut)

3:05pm – 4:20pm STEPHEN DARWALL (Michigan)
Moral Obligation and Accountability
Chair: Sarah Buss (Iowa)

4:40pm – 6pm ROBERT JOHNSON (Missouri)
Irrealism, Intrinsic Value, Universality
Chair: Doug Lavin (Harvard)

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17

9am – 10:15am PATRICIA GREENSPAN (Maryland)
Practical Reasons and Moral > Ought= (corrected file)
Chair: Phil Clark (Toronto)

10:35am – Noon T.M. SCANLON (Harvard)
Wrongness & Reasons: A Re-examination **KEYNOTE ADDRESS**

1:30 pm – 2:45pm MICHAEL RIDGE (Edinburgh)
Ecumenical Expressivism: The Best of Both Worlds?
Chair: Gunnar Bjornsson (Stockholm)

3:00pm – 4:30pm JUDITH THOMSON (MIT)
Normativity **KEYNOTE ADDRESS**

4:45pm – 6pm DAVID ENOCH (Hebrew University)
An Outline of an Argument for Robust Metanormative Realism
Chair: Christian Miller (Wake Forest)

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18

9am – 10:15 am STEPHEN FINLAY (University of Southern California)
No Pretender is Wanting: Desire= s Legitimate Claim to Authority
Chair: Fred Schueler (New Mexico)

10:35 -11:50 am JOSHUA GERT (Florida State)
Normative Notions and Agreement in Response
Chair: Rob Shaver (Manitoba)