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Philosophy Program
RSSS, ANU
Moral Psychology Workshop
Philosophy Program, RSSS, ANU
29 - 30 August 2002

This year's Moral Psychology Workshop, the third in the series hosted by the Philosophy Program at RSSS, ANU, will focus on the work of Michael Bratman (Stanford). Bratman will give a brief introduction to each of the three papers that have been chosen for the workshop. His introduction will then be followed by a short commentary. These will be given by Karen Jones (Melbourne), Garrett Cullity (Adelaide) and Jeanette Kennett (Monash). The sessions will then open up for general discussion. Those who attend the workshop will be expected to have read all of the papers in advance. For those at ANU, copies of Bratman's papers are available for photocopying in Michael Smith's pigeon hole in the Philosophy Program, Coombs Building. Those outside the ANU should send an email to Michael.Smith@anu.edu.au. Copies will be sent to you. Those wishing information about accommodation and the like should get in touch with Di Crosse, whose contact details are given below.

Thursday 29 August, Seminar Room E
3:00-4:00 All workshop participants to register with Di Crosse in the Philosophy Program, Room 2205. Coffee available in the Coombs tearoom.
4:00-5:45 Michael Bratman's "Reflection, Planning and Temporally Extended Agency", Philosophical Review 2000.
4:00-4:15 Introduction by Michael Bratman
4:15-4.35 Commentary by Karen Jones
4:35-5:45 General discussion
6:00 Drinks and Dinner
Friday 30 August, Seminar Room B
10:00-10:45 Coffee available in the Coombs tearoom.
10:45-12:30 Michael Bratman's "Desire of One's Own", (ms)
10:45-11:00 Introduction by Michael Bratman
11:00-11.20 Commentary by Garrett Cullity
11:20-12.30 General discussion
12:30-2:00 Lunch
2:00-3:45 Michael Bratman's "Autonomy and Hierarchy", (ms)
2:00-2:15 Introduction by Michael Bratman
2:15-2.35 Commentary by Jeanette Kennett
2:35-3:45 General discussion
4:30 Light refreshments and farewell in the foyer in front of the Philosophy Program.

For those who are able to stay on longer, note that Michael Bratman will be giving a fourth paper, "Shared Valuing and Frameworks for Practical Reasoning", as part of the Philosophy Program at RSSS's regular Thursday Seminar Series on Thursday 5 September at 4:00 pm.

For further information contact Di Crosse: tel (02) 6125-2341
fax (02) 6125-3294
email dicrosse@coombs.anu.edu.au