- Michael W. Campbell (King’s): Being Human: Fine-Tuning Moral Naturalism (Dissertation).
- Alex Silk (Michigan): “Ought” and “Must”: Some Philosophical Therapy.
- Kyle Swan (NUS) and Kevin Vallier (BGSU): The Normative Significance of Conscience.
- John Oberdiek (Rutgers): The Moral Significance of Risking.
- Antti Kauppinen (TCD): What Moral Intuitions Are and Are Not.
- Joseph Raz (Oxford): Is There a Reason to Keep Promises?
- Kieran Oberman (UCD): Is Theft Wrong?
- Kamuran Godelek reviews Understanding Moral Obligation: Kant, Hegel, Kierkegaard by Robert Stern.
- Kevin Vallier reviews Contractualism and the Foundations of Morality by Nicholas Southwood.
- From 3:AM, David Enoch is a groovy moral philosopher who has written a book called Taking Morality Seriously because he does and thinks we should too; and Richard Kraut broods constantly on Ancient philosophy and ethics, thinks utilitarianism, Kantian and neo-Kantian Rawlsianism are hedonistic and faulty, thinks Aristotle very relevant and thinks goodness figures large in our everyday thinking.
- Will Crouch on the most important unsolved problems in ethics.
- Want to dominate the game? Set your morals aside.
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Bookforum Omnivore - Set Your Morals Aside
This collection of cool links from Bookforum's Omnivore blog was posted a couple of weeks ago, but the topics of ethics and morality are timeless. Enjoy!