Clifton Hill House, University of Bristol

10-11 July 2017photo of conference venue


Keynote Addresses

An Incomplete Enlightenment
Professor Janet Radcliffe Richards (Oxford)

Sentimentalism and Realism in Epistemology and Ethics
Professor Peter Railton (Michigan)


Submitted Papers

Justification Incorporated: A Discursive Approach to Corporate Responsibility
– Eva Buddeberg (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt) and Achim Hecker (Privatuniversität Schloss Seeburg)

Explaining the Paradox of Hedonism
– Alexander Dietz (Southern California)

Personal Value, Biographical Identity, and Retrospective Attitudes
– Camil Golub (NYU)

The Explanation Proffering Norm of Moral Assertion
– Mona Simion (Oslo)

Judgment Internalism: An Argument from Self-Knowledge
– Jussi Suikkanen (Birmingham)

Moral Uncertainty for Deontologists
– Christian Tarsney (Maryland)

Moral Advice and Joint Agency
– Eric Wiland (Missouri – St Louis)


Conference Schedule now available to download (pdf).

All conference delegates must be BSET members. You can join BSET for one year or indefinitely at our membership page.


Registration is now closed.

Accommodation: we recommend these hotels, listed in order of proximity to the venue: The Victoria Square Hotel, The Rodney Hotel, The Avon Gorge Hotel, The Washington Guesthouse, The Channings Hotel, Clifton House Hotel, Brooks Guesthouse. It is worth mentioning that you’re staying for a conference at University of Bristol – some hotels offer a discount rate for this. These are good low-budget options, a little further from the conference venue: YHA Youth Hostel, Bristol Backpackers.

Accessibility: the venue is fully accessible. Specific accessibility requirements can be stated in the online registration.

Bursaries: the application deadline for bursaries has now passed.