SPCW Program, July 6-10, 2008 Sunday, July 6th 6:30 p.m.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
15 Years of the SPCW: A Conversation and Introduction
Monday, July 7th
ÒLiving Like ThereÕs No Tomorrow: Urgency, Mindfulness, and Psychological RealismÓ
ÒWhat Authoritarianism Can Tell Us About Moral PsychologyÓ
Joe Frank Jones, III
ÒGod, Ethics, and PhilosophyÓ
ÒNaturalism: A CritiqueÓ
Equality, Diversity, and Social Justice
Social Gerontology and the Infantilization of the Elderly
Compatibilism, Creativity, and Losing Weight
Tuesday, July 8th 9:00-10:30
The Ethics of Pricing
What Would Milton Friedman Do?
Technological Paradigm in Ancient Taoism
Retail Sanity, Wholesale Madness: The Question Concerning Sustainability
LUNCH Group Activity: Hiking, Time TBA
Making Hollow Men
Wednesay, July 9th 9:00-10:30
Re-encountering the Beautiful
Memory and Collective Memory
Capitalism and Despair: Toward a Kierkegaardian Critical Theory
Salvation in the Auto-graveyards: Cuts, Cracks, and Crevices in the Spaces of the Modern
Humanitarian Intervention in Darfur?
A Theory of Non-violent Civic Action
Neutrality and Headscarves
Family Values and Same-Sex Marriage: Reconciling Incommensurable Values via Alain Locke's Value Theory
6:30 PM: Business Meeting
Thursday, July 10th
R. D. Emerick
"Immorality Play: Exploring the Ethics of Interrogation through Dramaturgical Action"