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UNCUT 4: Fourth UNC-Tübingen Philosophy Conference

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Friday, March 22 3 pm-4:15: Alan Nelson (UNC)  "Simple Ideas" 4:15-4:30 break 4:30-5:45 Jean Moritz Müller (UT): “Are Attitudes Intentional Under a Description?”   Saturday, March 23 10:00-11:15: Irina Schumski (UT): “Reasons Holism and the Place of Thick Facts in … Read more

Philosophy of Policing – Ethical and Strategic Problems: A PPE Workshop

Hyde Hall

Schedule: 10:00-10:30 Coffee & light snacks 10:30-11:30 Renée Jorgensen (University of Michigan, Philosophy) Comments: Erik Zhang (UNC Chapel Hill, Philosophy and PPE) 11:45-12:45 Jake Monaghan (University of Southern California) Comments: Doug McKay (UNC Chapel Hill, Public Policy & PPE) 12:45-2:00 Lunch Break 2:00-3:00 Lauren Lyons (Rutgers University) … Read more

PPE Speaker Series: Mikayla Kelley (University of Chicago)

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Title and abstract forthcoming! Speaker Bio: Mikayla Kelley is a Neubauer Family Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Chicago who works mainly in philosophy of action and formal epistemology. She also has interests in metaethics and social choice theory.  … Read more

PPE Speaker Series: Tyler Cowen (George Mason)

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Title and abstract forthcoming!   Speaker Bio: Tyler Cowen has a Ph.D in economics from Harvard University and is currently a professor of economics at George Mason University. He has edited the volume Public Goods and Market Failures, and has written Explorations … Read more

2024 NHSEB National Championship

Graham Student Union

  Join us on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus for the 2024 National High School Ethics Bowl Championship! More information about this event is forthcoming in Fall 2023.

PPE Speaker Series: Yanilda González (Harvard)

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Title and abstract forthcoming! Speaker Bio: Yanilda María González is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Her research focuses on policing, state violence, and citizenship in democracy, examining how race, class, and other forms of … Read more