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Practical Philosophy Seminar: Colin Rowe (KU Leuven, Belgium)
"Building a more comprehensive, normative theory of competency placement"
Due to coronavirus restrictions, this event will be held online.
Lars Christie (Innland Norway University of Applied Sciences)
"In defense of mistaken killers"
"Conceptual Engineering and Applied Ethics"
Johan Olsthoorn, KU Leuven.
"Rights, Standing, and Liability in the Ethics of War"
Anca Gheaus, Central European University
Title: "Gender identity"
Hallvard Sandven, Oxford University
Title: ‘Domination and border control: a restatement’
Johan Andreas Trovik, Princeton University
Title: ‘Post-work’ social citizenship
Alejandra Mancilla, UiO
Title: "From sovereignty to trusteeship: Antarctica’s model for global natural resource governance"
"Why environmental philosophers should be ‘buck-passers’ about value"
"Taking Blameworthiness out of Blame"
Kerstin Reibold (Arctic University of Norway), "Climate Change and Indigenous Rights"
"The standing to forgive and conditional forgiveness"
"Should acknowledgements in published work include gratitude for reviewers who reviewed for journals that rejected the work?"
Kim Angell, "Freedom and Democratic Inclusion: Two Versions of the All-Subjected to Coercion Principle"
"Meditation and the Ethics of Distraction"
"Restricted mobility and climate emergency"
At the seminar, questions connected to what, if any, responsibilities the Child protection service (barnevernet) should have for the unborn life will be discussed. In Norway, the Child protection service's responsibilites are limited to the protection of the born child. Among the questions are: If the Child protection service should be ascribed a right or even a duty to intervene against a pregnant women: what should be the conditions for the duty to be trigged? What (if any) kind of lifestyle/health problems/drug use and more should trigger a right or duty to involve (report a worry) the Child protection service (“melde bekymring”)? Who should have the right or duty to involve the Child protection service? To what extent is an intervention from the Child protection service against the pregnant women an attack on her privacy and autonomy?
These and other questions will be discussed in a report that is to be delivered to The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs in 2020. The task of the group working on the report, is to discuss the questions form ethical, legal and medical perspectives.