The MMER project

Moral Motivation: Evidence and Relevance

Contact information

For general questions about MMER, contact the principal investigator of the project, Gunnar Björnsson. Contact information is found at the Participants page.

The project is based at:

Department of Philosophy, Linguistics, and Theory of Science
Box 200
405 30 GÖTEBORG

Tel. 031-786 00 00

Visiting Address: Olof Wijksgatan 6

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Events

May 18-20 2012. Conference: Moral Motivation: Evidence and Relevance

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Invited speakers:

  1. James Dreier (Brown) Jeanette Kennett (Macquarie)

  2. Jesse Prinz (CUNY)

  3. Michael Ridge (Edinburgh)Michael Smith (Princeton)Sigrún Svavarsdóttir (Ohio) Jon Tresan (Chapel Hill)

  4. Nick Zangwill (Durham)


Continuous activities. The MMER research seminar meets about ten times each semester.


August 17-18 2011.
Workshop on The Relevance of Motivational Internalism

Invited speakers:
    Jon Tresan (Chapel Hill)
   
Michael Ridge (Edinburgh)
    Jimmy Lenman (Sheffield)  
    Nick Zangwill (Durham)


September 4th 2010. Workshop on Metaethics and Empirical Methods.

Presentations by:
    Shaun Nichols (Arizona)
    Antti Kauppinen (Dublin)
    Folke Tersman (Uppsala)
    Gunnar Björnsson
    (Linköping, Gothenburg)
    Ragnar Francén    
    (Stockholm)