The second CEPPA Graduate Conference in Moral and Political Philosophy will be on ‘What Difference Does It Make? Philosophy’s Impact Beyond Philosophy’.
The conference provides a platform for early-career moral and political philosophers to discuss their work in a constructive and friendly environment. It is open to all, including anyone who is interested in moral and political philosophy nonetheless.
This year, the theme of the conference focuses on the question of what impact philosophy can and should have beyond academia. Speakers have been asked to explain how society might benefit from better understanding their topic, and how their research can make a difference.
Carrie Jenkins (British Columbia) will deliver a talk on how to be a public philosopher to which everyone interested in making an impact with philosophy is very welcome to attend.
Lunch, tea and coffee will be provided for all attendants.