The Department of Philosophy and the BB&T Program on Capitalism, Markets and Morality will sponsor a three-day symposium on “Property, Markets, and Morality”, taking place March 18 (7:30-9:30 p.m.), 19 (9:30-6 p.m.) and 20 (9:30-11:30 p.m.) in the Faculty Center.
Speakers, commentators and topics are:
Daniel Russell (Wichita State), “Capabilities, Redistribution, and Ownership”
Commentator: Jonathan Quong (Manchester)
Julian Lamont (Queensland), “University Education, Economic Rents, and Distributive Justice”
Commentator: Geoffrey Brennan (UNC Chapel Hill)
Hillel Steiner (Manchester), “Greed and Fear”
Commentator: Eric Mack (Tulane)
Michael Munger (Duke), “Euvoluntary Exchange and the Difference Principle”
Commentator: Bas van der Vossen (UNCG)
Richard Arneson (UCSD), “What is Wrong with Working for a Boss?”
Commentator: Daniel Shapiro (WVU)
Details of the symposium are available at http://www.uncg.edu/phi – click on the poster for the schedule. There is no fee for students, alumni, faculty, and staff, but those interested in attending should register with Bas van der Vossen (email@example.com) by March 16. For more information, contact the Philosophy Dept at 334-5059 or Van der Vossen.