15 – 17 July: Institute of Philosophy, Senate House, Russell Square, London WC1E 7HU
Responsibility for Outcomes
Robert M. Adams (UNC Chapel Hill)
Free Speech and Pornographic "Speech Acts"
Jennifer Hornsby (Birkbeck)
The Problem of Ethical Vagueness for Expressivism
– Nicholas Baima (Washington St Louis)
– Antti Kauppinen (Trinity Dublin and Jyväskylä)
Expressivism and Mind-Dependence: Distinct Existences
– Sebastian Köhler (Edinburgh)
What it Takes to be Wrongfully Exploited
– Hallie Liberto (Connecticut)
On the Identity of Motivating and Normative Reasons
– Susanne Mantel (Saarland)
– Andrew Moore (Otago)
– Nicholas Smyth (Brown)
Expressivism and the Normativity of the Mental
– Teemu Toppinen (Helsinki)
The New Problem of Numbers in Morality
– Fiona Woollard (Southampton)
Schedule and abstracts: download the conference schedule and abstracts (pdf).
Conference registration is £50. This includes lunch on Tuesday and refreshments throughout.
Conference dinner on Monday 15th is £50 with wine, or £40 without. It is at The Frontline Club.
Dinner on Tuesday 16th is £20. Drinks are to be bought separately on the night. This is at Busaba EatThai.
BSET is not organising accommodation this year. We recommend using this tripadvisor page.
Registration is now open. Register online here.
Late fee applies from 21st June. Conference dinner registration closes on 20th June.
All registrants must be members of BSET. Join BSET here.
Postgraduate student funding. BSET has some funds available to support postgraduate students who have no other sources of funding for attending our conference. Please apply before registering. Download the postgraduate funding application form (pdf).