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EthikForum: Facing Moral Transgressions

21.1. / 28.1. / 4.2.2020

LMU München | MKE | M210

Resentment, apology, and forgiveness are concepts that have received much attention in recent debates on the ethics of responding to wrong-doing. Being wronged typically elicits in a person resentment towards the wrong-doer, but the latter's apology may follow, in which case forgiveness, resolving the resentment, might be the appropriate response. On closer examination, however, a number of complexities emerge that merit detailed philosophical discussion. The three lectures of this series take up some of this task.

 

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Programm: "Three Core Ethical Concepts" 

DatumTitelVortragende*r

01/21/2020

Moral Fallibility, Situationism and Forgiveness

Paula Satne

(The University of Wolverhampton)

01/28/2020

Social Critique of Resentment

Anne Reichold

(Europa-Universität Flensburg)

02/04/2020

What Goes On When We Apologise?

Christopher Bennett

(The University of Sheffield, UK)

 


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