International Young Philosophers Roundtable

When:11 Jul 2017, 9am - 5:30pm
12 Jul 2017, 10:30am - 5:30pm
Venue:Morven Brown 310 (map ref C20)


Tuesday 11 July 2017 – Morven Brown 310

9am MB310 Welcome: Deputy Dean of Arts and Social Sciences, David Blaazer

9.15 Paper 1 Cancan Liao: Zhu Xi’s dualistic philosophy on the relationship

between Xing and Ming. Respondent: Oceana Hui

9.55 Paper 2 Jiangjin Chen: On Resource Luck Respondent: Jeremy Moss

10.35 morning tea

10.55 Paper 3 Jeremy Moss and Robyn Kath: Historical Emissions and the Carbon Budget

Respondent: Jiangjin Chen

11.35 Paper 4 Elena Walsh: Climate and Complicity

Respondent: Zhi Li

12.05 Paper 5 Yong Li: Confucianism and the Foundation of Human Rights Respondent: Miguel Vatter

12.45 Lunch

2.15 Paper 6 Ben Cross: Free Speech, Coercion, and Speaker-Relativity

Respondent: Thomas Besch

2.55 Paper 7 Xianfei Li: Nietzsche, Naturalism, and Political Philosophy

Respondent: Laura Kotevska

3.40 Afternoon Tea

4. 00 Paper 8 Miguel Vatter: Dignity and Humanity: Averroistic, not Christian

Respondent: Ting Shen

4. 40 Paper 9 Ting Shen: On Buddhist compassion. Respondent: Elena Walsh

5.20 Close

Wednesday 12 July

10.30 Morning Tea MB 310

10.45 Paper 1 Zemian Zheng: The Paradoxes of Courage and the Role of Irrationality

Respondent: Jon von Kowallis

11.25 Paper 2 Karyn Lai: Doing the right thing: Confucian conversations on yi (?)

Respondent: Cancan Liao

12.05. Paper 3 Jon von Kowallis: Understanding Wild Grass by Talking to Oneself:

Lu Xun’s Yecao through the Lens of Ziyan Ziyu and the Prism of the Past

Respondent: Jianjun Li

12.45 Lunch

2.15 Paper 4 Heikki Ikäheimo: Return to Reification – An Attempt at Systematization

Respondent: Zemian Zheng

2.55 Paper 5 Jianjun Li: Bernhard Waldenfels’ Responsive Phenomenology and the

Paradox of Moral Philosophy. A Critical Remark. Respondent: Heikki Ikäheimo

3.40 Afternoon Tea

4. 00 Paper 6 Thomas Besch: On justification, idealization, and discursive purchase

Respondent: Ben Cross

4. 40 Paper 7 Zhi Li: How is possible for a normative theory to be sensitive to facts? On Marx.

Respondent: Paul Patton

5.20 Close

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