The fourth 2019-20 session of the monthly seminar organized by the Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy will take place tomorrow, Thursday, January 16th, at 3:00pm, in Room S19 of the Law Faculty Building. (Room S19 is on the second floor of the Law Faculty Building; access to it is through the Squire Law Library.)
The session will be chaired by Harry Harland, who is currently a PhD student in the Law Faculty. For the reading, he has chosen an essay by Richard Arneson, "The Smart Theory of Responsibility and Desert." That essay can be down-loaded as an on-line draft at the URL below. (In its published form, the essay is 26 pages in length and is thus in compliance with the 30-page restriction for CFLPP seminars. In this on-line draft, the double-spacing extends the length to 42 pages -- but the content is the same as the content of the published version.) http://philosophyfaculty.ucsd.edu/faculty/rarneson/documents/writings/the-smart-theory-of-responsibility-and-desert.pdf Everyone is welcome to attend the seminar. _________________________________ Matthew H. Kramer FBA Professor of Legal & Political Philosophy, Cambridge University Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge Director of Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy Fellow of the British Academy _____________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the CamPhilEvents mailing list, or change your membership options, please visit the list information page: http://bit.ly/CamPhilEvents List archive: https://lists.cam.ac.uk/pipermail/phil-events/ Please note that CamPhilEvents doesn't accept email attachments. See the list information page for further details and suggested alternatives.