LGRP Workshop: Standing to Blame (and Beyond)

5 October 2023 09:00 to 6 October 2023 17:00 conference

The Lund-Gothenburg Responsibility Project will host a two-day workshop on standing to blame and related issues, at Lund University. Speakers will present in-progress work on questions concerning the nature and ethics of standing to blame, and standing as it may relate to other features of our responsibility practices.  


Ori Herstein (Hebrew University of Jerusalem/Kings College London)

Jessica Isserow (University of Leeds)

Marta Johansson Werkmäster (Lund University)

Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Aarhus University)

Justin Snedegar (University of St Andrews)

Daniel Telech (Lund University)

Patrick Todd (Lund University/University of Edinburgh)


Location: Thursday Oct. 5: LUX B240

                  Friday Oct. 6: LUX B538


October 5 (LUX B240)

9:10 Coffee, Introductions

9:30-10:50 Jessica Isserow: Blame's Blind Spot

11:00-12:20 Ori Herstein: The Procedural Nature of Standing to give Reasons

Lunch Break

2:00-3:20 Daniel Telech: Standing to Direct (in Requesting, Demanding, Blaming, etc.)

3:30-5.00 Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen: Lesser Transgressions and Loss of Standing to Blame


October 6 (LUX B538)

9:10 Coffee

9:30-10:50 Patrick Todd: Self-blame, Relative Moral Status, and Commitment

11:00-12:20 Marta Johannson Werkmäster: Scepticism about the standing to blame someone privately 

Lunch Break

2:00-3:20 Justin Snedegar: Meddlesome Blame and Negotiating Standing

About the event:

5 October 2023 09:00 to 6 October 2023 17:00

5th: LUX B240, 6th LUX B538


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