The course will explore issues related to the nature and justification of intuitions, the concept of a reflective equilibrium, the ideas of moral testimony and moral expertise, how disagreement in moral matters affects our accounts of moral knowledge and evolutionary debunking arguments of morality.
The target group for this course is doctoral students and junior faculty in philosophy departments working on: epistemology, meta-ethics, experimental philosophy, and applied ethics. Undergraduates without a university degree will not be considered.
Participants are expected to be familiar with moral epistemology to the level of a graduate level introductory course.
The language of instruction is English, thus all applicants have to demonstrate a strong command of spoken and written English to be able to participate actively in discussions at seminars and workshops. Some of the shortlisted applicants may be contacted for a telephone interview.
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