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Recent Work on the Ethics of Consent, Part I (Zoom; Durham Law & RoR Workshop)
2 December 2020 @ 4:30 pm–7:30 pm
Maximilian Kiener (Oxford, Roots of Responsibility) and Karamvir Chadha (Durham) are organising a two-part workshop “Recent Work on the Ethics of Consent.” The first part of the workshop will be held online via Zoom, 16.30-19.30 (UK time) on Wednesday 2 December 2020, and will feature two presentations:
- Maximilian Kiener (Oxford), “When Do Nudges Undermine Voluntary Consent?” (pre-read)
- Neil Manson (Lancaster), “A Partial Map? What the Philosophy of Consent Leaves Out” (presentation)
For more details and for registration, please visit the Eventbrite page. All are welcome, but registration is essential. The link to the Zoom meeting location will be emailed to the registered participants.
- 2 December 2020
4:30 pm–7:30 pm
- Event Categories:
- Organised by others, Organised by Roots of Responsibility
- Event Tags:
- consent, durham university, ethics, law, nudging, philosophy, philosophy of law, responsibility, UCL, voluntariness
- Roots of Responsibility