Workshop on the Manipulation Argument
Conference Title: The Manipulation Argument
Place: Central European University (Budapest, Hungary)
Date: 7-9 June, 2012
Ish Haji (University of Calgary): Historicism, Non-Historicism, or a Mix?
Al Mele (Florida State University): Manipulation, Moral Responsibility, and Bullet Biting
Derk Pereboom (Cornell University): A Multiple-Case Manipulation Argument against Compatibilism
Paul Russell (University of British Columbia): Selective Hard Compatibilism
Respondents: Gunnar Björnsson, Andreas Brekke Carlsson, Damir Cicic, Zac Cogley, Kristin Demetriou, Benjamin Matheson, András Szigeti, Patrick Todd
Organizers: Michael McKenna (University of Arizona) & András Szigeti (Lund University/CEU)
The event forms part of 'What it is to be human?' project (http://humanproject.ceu.hu/) hosted by the Philosophy Department of Central European University (http://philosophy.ceu.hu/) and funded by the National Development Agency/MAG Zrt.
The conference contributions will discuss different aspects of the Manipulation Argument, arguably the most influential argument for incompatibilism.
The conference is open to all interested philosophy students and researchers (at any career stage) from all countries as (non-speaker) participants. Registration is free. No financial support for travel and accommodation expenses can be provided.
Deadline for registration: *25 May, 2012*
To register and for more information, please send an email to András Szigeti (email@example.com) by 25 May.