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December 2020

Michael Moore (Illinois) – “Can We Maintain the Distinction Between Intention and Belief (so Crucial to Both Culpability and Permissibility Discriminations)” (Greenberg’s Leverhulme ECF seminar)

3 December 2020 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Online

The fourth meeting of Belief in Philosophy and the Criminal Law, a seminar series run by Dr Alexander Greenberg, who is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at UCL working with RoR’s PI John Hyman, is on Thursday, 3 December, 17.00–18.30 (UK time) on Zoom. Michael Moore (Illinois) will discuss his paper entitled “Can We Maintain the Distinction Between Intention and Belief (so Crucial to Both Culpability and Permissibility Discriminations)?” This is a read-in-advance session. Anyone interested in attending should email Dr…

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Carsten Heidemman – “Facts as Norms, and Norms as Facts” (Maastricht Law and Philosophy Platform)

3 December 2020 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Surrey Centre for Law & Philosophy, University of Surrey School of Law, Frank Whittle Building, 5th Floor
Guildford, GU2 7XH United Kingdom
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A meeting in the online MLP² (Maastricht Law and Philosophy Platform) seminar series, on Thursday 3 December, 18.00–19.30 (Amsterdam Time = 17.00–18.30 UK time): Carsten Heidemman - Facts as Norms, and Norms as Facts. For details, see their web page.

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[POSTPONED] Matt Matravers (York) – Mental Capacity in Conviction and Sentencing (Greenberg’s Leverhulme ECF seminar)

10 December 2020 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Online

The fifth meeting of Belief in Philosophy and the Criminal Law, a seminar series run by Dr Alexander Greenberg, who is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at UCL working with RoR’s PI John Hyman, is on Thursday, 10 December, 17.00–18.30 (UK time) on Zoom. Matt Matravers (York) will present a paper entitled: “Mental Capacity in Conviction and Sentencing.” Anyone interested in attending should email Dr Greenberg, with ‘Criminal Law and the Mind registration’ in the subject line, to be added to the…

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Marcia Baron (Indiana) – A chapter from _Self-Defense, Reason, and the Law_ (Greenberg’s Leverhulme ECF seminar)

17 December 2020 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Online

The sixth and this term’s final meeting of Belief in Philosophy and the Criminal Law, a seminar series run by Dr Alexander Greenberg, who is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at UCL working with RoR’s PI John Hyman, is on Thursday, 17 December, 17.00–18.30 (UK time) on Zoom. Marcia Baron (Indiana) will discuss a chapter (TBC) from her monograph in progress, Self-Defense, Reason, and the Law. This is a read-in-advance session. Anyone interested in attending should email Dr Greenberg, with ‘Criminal Law…

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January 2021

Mark Dsouza (UCL) – False Beliefs and Consent to Sex (Greenberg’s Leverhulme ECF seminar)

21 January 2021 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Online

Mark Dsouza (UCL) will speak at the Criminal Law and the Mind seminar series run by Dr Alexander Greenberg, who is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at UCL working with RoR’s PI John Hyman, is on Thursday, 21 January, 17.00–18.30 (UK time) on Zoom. The paper to be discussed is entitled: “False Beliefs and Consent to Sex” This is a read-in-advance session. Anyone interested in attending should email Dr Greenberg, with ‘Criminal Law and the Mind registration’ in the subject line, to be…

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Dan Priel (York, Canada) – Making Sense of Nonsense Jurisprudence (Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group)

28 January 2021 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
Online

On 28 January 2021 at 17:00 (UK time), Dan Priel will present his paper 'Making Sense of Nonsense Jurisprudence' at the Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group. Abstract. Did Ronald Dworkin think morality is timeless? He did not. But he did think it was universal, right? No to that as well. Turning to jurisprudence, did he think that morality is a criterion of legal validity? No. But he thought morality is part of the law, didn’t he? Not quite. How can you…

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February 2021

Maximilian Kiener (Oxford; RoR) – Consent and Third-Party Coercion (Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group)

4 February 2021 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
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On 4 February 2021 at 17:00 (UK time), Maximilian Kiener, RoR's postdoctoral research fellow, will present his paper 'Consent and Third-Party Coercion' at the Jurisprudence Discussion Group, University of Oxford. Abstract. This paper focuses on cases of consent and third-party coercion, i.e. cases in which a person consents to another person performing a certain act because a third party coerced her into doing so. I argue that, in these cases, the validity of consent depends on the behaviour of the…

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Matt Matravers (York) – Mental Capacity in Conviction and Sentencing (Greenberg’s Leverhulme ECF seminar))

11 February 2021 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
Online

Matt Matravers (York) will speak at the Criminal Law and the Mind seminar series run by Dr Alexander Greenberg, who is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at UCL working with RoR’s PI John Hyman, is on Thursday, 11 February, 17.00–18.30 (UK time) on Zoom. The presentation is entitled: “Mental Capacity in Conviction and Sentencing” Anyone interested in attending should email Dr Greenberg, with ‘Criminal Law and the Mind registration’ in the subject line, to be added to the mailing list for the seminars. In…

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Donald Bello Hutt (Valladolid) – Rule of Law and Political Representation (Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group)

11 February 2021 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
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On 11 February 2021 at 17:00 (UK time), Donald Bello Hutt will present his paper 'Rule of Law and Political Representation' at the Jurisprudence Discussion Group, University of Oxford. Abstract. We lack systematic analyses of the relations between the rule of law and political representation. Taking my cue from Raz’s recent revision of his conception of the rule of law, I fill that lacuna relying on the distinction between preferences and interests, which pervades discussions of political representation. I argue…

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Sandra Marshall (Stirling) at Virtual Hart Seminar, Surrey

17 February 2021 @ 4:00 pm6:00 pm
Online

The Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy invites you to an online seminar to be delivered by Sandra Marshall (Stirling). Pre-reading is optional - the paper will be circulated to registered attendees about a week prior. The Zoom meeting will begin at 16:00 (UK time) on Feb 17 To register, visit the the Eventbrite page.

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