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IMAS PHILOSOPHY CLUB | Thinking or Feeling: Ethical Judgement in the case of Marine and Antarctic Values

Summary

IMAS Philosophy Club

Start Date

10 Nov 2016 4:00 pm


The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies Philosophy Club presents

Dr Graham Wood
Philosophy & Gender Studies, School of Humanities

Moral Rationalists suppose that reason is the tool we use to arrive at ethical judgement. Moral Sentimentalists suppose that emotion is the ultimate source of ethical judgements. Moral Realists suppose there are moral facts, and Moral Antirealists suppose that there are no such facts.

But who is right and what does all this mean for Marine and Antarctic Values?

Where: "The Galley" Level 3, IMAS Waterfront, Salamanca, Hobart.

Contact: Larelle Bossi / Julia Jabour

Event Flyer (PDF 2.57MB)

Contact

Institute for Social Change
University of Tasmania
Private Bag 44
HOBART TAS 7001

E: ISC.Admin@utas.edu.au

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