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BIOUNCERTAINTY - ERC Starting Grant no. 805498

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Conference "Wronging and Making Right: The Morality and Law of Remedial Practices" – 17-19 June 2024

Conference "Wronging and Making Right: The Morality and Law of Remedial Practices" – 17-19 June 2024

In this event, hosted by Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics JU and co-organized by Giulio Fornaroli (Jagiellonian) and Nicolas Cornell (Michigan – Ann Arbor), we aspire to bring together some of the leading moral philosophers and legal scholars working on wrongs and making it right. We aim to discuss such topics as the nature and significance of interpersonal wronging, the role of directed duties and second-personal normativity, the relationship between corrective justice and remedial legal practices, the philosophical and doctrinal foundations of the law of torts, moral and metaphysical problems raised by historical reparations, the plausibility of wrongs and remedial practices in the epistemic sphere.

Speakers who have confirmed their presence include Carla Bagnoli (Modena & Reggio Emilia), Christopher Bennett (Sheffield), Rowan Cruft (Stirling), Micha Gläser (Zurich), Julian Jonker (Penn), John Oberdiek (Rutgers), Linda Radzik (Texas A &M), Sandy Steel (Oxford), Jay Wallace (Berkeley/Humboldt). 

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Timeline

Timeline

All events (including lunch and coffee breaks) in room 13, Collegium Broscianum, Jagiellonian University, Grodzka 52, 31-044 Krakow.

1.00–1.10: welcome/acknowledgements.

Chair: Nicolas Cornell.

1.10–2.25: Jay Wallace (Berkeley/Humboldt): "How to Repair a Moral Relationship: Wrongs, Harms, and Moral Remedies."

15-minute break.

Chair: Maciej Próchnicki.

2.40–3.30: Sandy Steel (Oxford): “The Relevance of Wrongdoing to Duties to Compensate.”

5-minute break

3.35–4.25: Daniel Ranweiler (UCLA): “A Moral Metaphysics of Redemption.”

15-minute coffee break

Chair: Maciej Piwowarski.

4.40–5.30: Lisa Hecht (Dresden): “Ways of Connecting to the Past.”

5-minute break

5.35–6.25: Giulio Fornaroli (Jagiellonian): “Wronging Unspecified Others.”

6.30: wine reception.

Chair: Francesco Testini.

9.30–10.20: Christopher Bennett (Sheffield): “Apology as Dissociation.”

15-minute coffee break

Chair: Katarzyna Żebrowska.

10.35-11.25: Micha Gläser (Zurich): “Transformative Address.”

5-minute break

11.30–12.20: Carla Bagnoli (Modena)*: “Forced Exit: A Relational Account of Mobbing.”

12.30–2.30: lunch

Chair: Giulio Fornaroli.

2.30–3.45: Linda Radzik (Texas A&M): “Reputation and Reputational Repair.”

15-minute coffee break

Chair: Karolina Wiśniowska.

4.00–4:50: Julian Jonker (Penn)*: “Reparations and Relations.”

5-minute break

4.55–5.45: Rowan Cruft (Stirling)*: TBC.

open time

7.30: conference dinner

Chair: Callum MacRae.

9.00–9.50: Saba Bazargan-Forward (UCSD): “What Do Wrongdoers Owe Victims of Non-Compensable Harms?”

5-minute break

9.55–10.45: Nicolas Cornell (Michigan): “The Trilemma of Economic Loss.”

15-minute coffee break

Chair: Piotr Bystranowski.

11.00-11.50: Dong An (Zheijang): “Agent-Regret and the Target of Apologies.”

10-minute break

Chair: Nicolas Cornell.

12.00-1.15: John Oberdiek (Rutgers): ““Real Wrongs and Relational Legal Redress.”

1:15: conclusion and lunch.

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The conference is financed by Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics

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The conference is financed by Society for Applied Philosophy