13. - 14. Juli 2018, Cambridge (UK)
Conference on the "ethics of consent", bringing together moral philosophers and legal philosophers
What? A conference on the ethics of consent, bringing together moral philosophers and legal philosophers to discuss questions like: Does consent need to be communicated or is a mental decision sufficient? What forms of deception or coercion invalidate someone's consent? When someone gives their consent, which rights do they waive?
When? 13th & 14th July 2018 ?Where? University of Cambridge, Room SG1, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DP, Cambridge UK
Who? Speakers: Kimberly Ferzan (University of Virgnia), Victor Tadros (University of Warwick), Kate Greasley (University College London), Hugh Lazenby (University of Glasgow), Hallie Liberto (University of Maryland), Massimo Renzo (Kings College London); Respondents: David Archard (Queen's University Belfast), Karam Chadha (University of Cambridge), Mark D'Souza (University College London), Mollie Gerver (Newcastle University), David Owens (Kings College London), Peter Schaber (University of Zurich)
Registration: Tom Dougherty, firstname.lastname@example.org. The conference is open to all and free. Participation is limited to 40 participants and advance registration is necessary. The conference is financially supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and the Society for Applied Philosophy.