Moral Theory and Future Generations
Although the study of the moral significance of future generations is relevant for a great number of philosophical subdisciplines, the debate is broken up into many different strands with little interaction between them. We aim to bring these strands together by adopting an open and encompassing perspective that views the moral problems regarding the ethics of future generations as a unified complex requiring input from all relevant subareas. Thus, we hope to allow for new synergy effects and fruitful theoretical exchange.
The workshop is a cooperation between KIT Karlsruhe and ZEPP and is organised by Valeska Martin, Korbinian Rüger, Christian Seidel, and Konstantin Weber.
We may have some limited funding available for graduate students and postdocs to cover travel and accommodation costs. If you are interested in receiving financial support, please indicate this when registering.
https://www.en.zepp.uni-muenchen.de/eventsteaching/currentevents/future-generations/index.html (Admission is free, but please register here.)