Dates
September 15-17, 2006

Keynote Speakers
David Brink (UC-San Diego)

Geoffrey Sayre-McCord (UNC-Chapel Hill)

Program

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15

9am – 10:15am CHRIS HEATHWOOD (Colorado)
Fitting Attitudes and Welfare
Chair: Christian Miller (Wake Forest)

10:35am – Noon WILLIAM FITZPATRICK (Virginia Tech)
Robust Ethical Realism, Non-Naturalism and Normativity
Chair: Jon Garthoff (Northwestern)

Noon – 1: 30PM LUNCH

1:30 pm – 2:45pm NICK ZANGWILL (Durham)
Moral Dependence and Supervenience
Chair: Simon Kirchin (Kent)

3:05pm – 4:20pm GEOFF SAYRE-McCORD (UNC-Chapel Hill)
Hume on Practical Morality and Inert Reason ***KEYNOTE ADDRESS***

4:40pm – 6pm MARION HOURDEQUIN (Brandeis/Colorado College)
A Naturalist Account of External Reasons
Chair: Matthew Chrisman (Edinburgh)

8pm -11 pm RECEPTION (Tripp Commons, 2nd floor, Memorial Union)

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16

9am – 10:15am TOM BALDWIN (York)
Rawls and Moral Psychology
Chair: Gunnar Bjornsson (Göteborg)

10:35am – Noon SHARON STREET (NYU)
Constructivism about Reasons
Chair: Theo van Willigenburg (Utrecht/Oxford)

Noon – 1:30 pm LUNCH

1:30 pm – 2:45pm CAJ STRANDBERG (Lund)
Particularism and Supervenience
Chair: Tom Carson (Loyola)

3:00pm – 4:30pm DAVID BRINK (UC-San Diego)
The Significance of Desire ***KEYNOTE ADDRESS***

4:45pm – 6pm DON LOEB (Vermont)
Why Should I Care What I Value?
Chair: Luca Ferrero (Stanford)

DINNER

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17

9:30am – 10:45am MATTHEW HANSER (UC-Santa Barbara)
Action, Acting, and Acting Well

11:00am -12:15pm WILLIAM TOLHURST (Northern Illinois University)
Perceiving Normativity
Chair: Brad Majors (Wisconsin)