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Durham University

Department of Philosophy

MetaEthics Reading Group

The MetaEthics Reading Group (MERG) is a fortnightly lunchtime reading group within the department for the discussion of issues in contemporary Meta-ethics that are all-to-often neglected and yet warrant greater focus. We invite suggestions for readings from all members and enjoy lively discussion and debate concerning their proper interpretations and the wider issues they raise. All are most welcome. Details relating to our 2019/20 Academic Year are currently pending finalisation.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Archive Session dates follow:

Epiphany Term 2017/18 - Room 004, 50/51 Old Elvet, 12-noon to 1pm.

23rd January 2018 Holly Smith, Deriving Morality From Rationality
13th February 2018 David Enoch, Why Idealize?
20th February 2018 Mark Schroeder, Weighting for a Plausible Humean Theory of Reason
6th March 2018 Richard Garner, Abolishing Morality
20th March 2018 Sharon Street, In defense of future tuesday indifference: Ideally coherent eccentrics and the contingency of what matters

Easter Term 2017/18 - Room 004, 50/51 Old Elvet, 12-noon to 1pm.

Details pending confimation


Richard Stuart –

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