Poster for the workshop, Recent Work on the Ethics of Consent, Part I
Poster image: Tina Modotti, Open Doors, Mexico City (1925, Palladium print). The J. Paul Getty Museum.

RoR will sponsor a research workshop on Wednesday 2 December 2020, online via Zoom, 16.30-19.30 (UK time) . This is the first of a two-part workshop organised by Karamvir Chadha (Durham Law) and Maximilian Kiener (Oxford, RoR postdoctoral research fellow), on the Recent work on the Ethics of Consent.  It will gather scholars in philosophy and law working on consent to discuss their recent work.

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[Update 30 November] NOTE: Change in the schedule

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Neil Manson will be unable to give his presentation on Wednesday. We nevertheless look forward to you joining us to discuss Max Kiener’s pre-circulated paper, “When do nudges undermine voluntary consent?”. In light of this change, the event on Wednesday is likely to end earlier than the advertised end time of 19.30 GMT. We look forward to meeting you all on Wednesday.

We are hoping to reschedule Neil’s talk, and to have him for the Part II of the workshop, early in 2021.

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Part I of the workshop will feature two presentations:
  • Maximilian Kiener (Oxford) – When Do Nudges Undermine Voluntary Consent?
  • Neil Manson (Lancaster) – A Partial Map? What the Philosophy of Consent Leaves Out (To be rescheduled)

Maximilian Kiener’s draft paper will be circulated to the participants about two weeks in advance of the workshop. Handouts may be circulated just before the event.

For schedule, abstracts for the presentations, and other information, please visit the Eventbrite page.

We encourage colleagues and especially postgraduate students to attend. Please spread the word. All are welcome, but registration is essential: if you are interested in attending, please register via the Eventbrite pageThe link to the Zoom meeting location will be emailed to the registered participants.
The second part of the Workshop will be held in early 2021, and will feature Mollie Gerver (Essex) and Karamvir Chadha (Durham) as speakers.

Enquiries about the workshop can be submitted via the message form on the website.

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