SMASH Workshop: The cognitive bases of moral diversity
We would like to invite you to our workshop The Cognitive Bases of Moral Diversity. Organized in the frames of SMASH PRO, an interdisciplinary PhD training and research program at the Central European University, we have organized a series of three connected seminars exploring the cultural and cognitive bases of moral phenomena:
Seminar 1 (24 Sept ’21; 16:00 – 18:00 CET):
Moral reasoning and social inequality
Seminar 2 (1 Oct ’21; 17:00 – 19:00 CET):
Social conventions and moral norms
Seminar 3 (8 Oct ’21;16:00 – 18:00 CET):
Cultural transmission of moral dispositions
The workshop will be held in a full-online format, via Zoom. Each seminar will be led by 3 speakers presenting their work on the topic, and a discussant bringing the talks together. Attendees will be encouraged to ask questions and start discussions after this. Each session will be held on one afternoon of the week, with an online discussion forum on Slack to string them together. We are fortunate to have the following lineup of speakers & discussants, all brilliant researchers in their fields:
Daniel Nettle (Newcastle University)
Harry Walker (London School of Economics)
Tamara Kusimova (CEU)
Discussant – Radu Umbres (NSPSPA Bucharest)
Oliver Curry (Oxford University)
Cailin O’Connor (University of California, Irvine)
Angarika Deb (CEU)
Discussant – Clark Barrett (University of California, Los Angeles)
Rita Astuti (London School of Economic)
Anni Kajanus (Helsinki University)
Pooja Venkatesh (CEU)
Discussant – Gyuri Gergely (CEU)
If interested, please register on this Google link.
Do feel free to invite colleagues and students, who might be interested.
For further details on speakers’ abstracts and themes of each seminar, please refer to this document. For any further queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Angarika Deb. Given shared research interests, we would be thrilled if you could attend any or all of the seminars in the workshop. We look forward to a lively participant discussion.