CFA: Does Neuroscience Have Normative Implications?

Elisabeth Hildt and I are organizing a symposium focusing on whether and how neuropsychology might provide insight into normative ethics. We are thrilled about our lineup of invited speakers
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Elisabeth Hildt and I are organizing a symposium focusing on whether and how neuropsychology might provide insight into normative ethics. We are thrilled about our lineup of invited speakers (including the Experimental Philosophy blog's own Eddy Nahmias!), and are excited about the submissions we hope to receive. The nuts and bolts are in this post; the full CFA is available at the link posted below.Deadline for Submissions: February 1, 2016Symposium Venue: Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, April 15-16, 2016Invited Speakers: Kurt Gray (University of North Carolina), James Giordano (Georgetown University), and Eddy Nahmias (Georgia State University)TL;DR: Submit a 200-400 word abstract, compete for a $500 travel award, indicate whether you’d like your work included in an edited volume, give a 20-30 minute presentation.Full CFA: http://ethics.iit.edu/neuroethicsymposiumContact: NormativeNeuroscience@gmail.com

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