HPP Workshop: 28th-30th September, Humane Philosophy and Human Nature

 

The Humane Philosophy Project held a three day workshop following the Humane Philosophy and Human Nature conference from Monday the 28th of September 2015 to Wednesday the 30th of September. All sessions took place at the Institute of Philosophy at Warsaw University (Krakowskie Przedmiescie 3). Participation was free of charge.

 

The aim of the workshop was to allow participants to discuss selected conference themes in a more intimate seminar format. Sessions were convened by invited keynote speakers from the conference and Humane Philosophy Project organisers. Topics covered included: personal identity; intersubjectivity (its ontical and ethical dimensions); the relationship between economic growth and human growth; and the ethical and cognitive aspects of human emotions.

 

Sessions were conducted by Prof. Anthony Steinbock, Prof. Kenneth Stikkers, Dr Line Ryberg-Ingerslev, Mr Ralph Weir, and Mr Samuel Hughes.


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