An online forum for debate on moral progress research
These questions receive increasing attention from philosophers, psychologists, biologists and sociologists. THE PROGRESS TALKS is an online forum where ongoing research on moral progress is debated.
Format: ‘Talk and Q&A’ or ‘Research colloquium’ (up to the invited researcher). ‘Talk and Q&A’ sessions consist of a 30-60 min presentation, followed by 15-30 min Q&A. During ‘Research colloquium’ sessions, we will discuss work in progress with our invited researcher. ‘Research colloquium’ meetings are pre-read. Drafts will be uploaded to this website; we will aim to distribute drafts at least one week in advance of each ‘Research colloquium’ meeting.
Location: Online (MS Teams)
Registration: If any of talks in this series (below) sound interesting to you, you can register here (free of charge, of course).
Rachell Powell (Boston University)
From is to ought and back: Variability and asymmetry in social inferences from norm information
Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pennsylvania)
Talk and Q&A
Rahel Jaeggi (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Anderson, Elizabeth. 2023. “Pragmatism and Moral Progress.” February 9. [Abstract]
Danaher, John and Jeroen Hopster. 2022. “The Normative Significance of Future Moral Revolutions.” December 9. [Abstract]
Allen, Amy. 2022. “Universality, Necessity, and Progress: Marx and the Problem of History.” November 10. [Abstract]
Buchanan, Allen, and Alexander Motchoulski. 2022. “Revolution, Ideology, and Moral Progress.” September 15. [Abstract]
Lowe, Dan. 2022. “Ideology Critique and the Abolition of Slavery in the United States.” May 5. [Abstract]
Kumar, Victor. 2022. “Quarantined in an Echo Chamber.” April 7. [Abstract]
Kitcher, Philip. 2022. “A method for moral progress.” March 10. [Abstract]
Hermann, Julia. 2021. “Moral Progress through Disruption? The Role of (Socially Disruptive) Technologies for Progressive Moral Change.” December 9. [Abstract]