Workshops in Applied Ethics and Policy
The second Bowling Green Workshop in Applied Ethics and Policy addressed the topic of "Manipulation." It took place in Bowling Green, Ohio on March 16-17, 2012.
Keynote Speaker: Marcia Baron (Indiana University)
For full Workshop Program, click here
Speakers and Papers: (Click on paper title, if highlighted in orange, to download the paper)
Friday March 16
- 9:30-10:45 Anne Barnhill (Columbia University), What is Manipulation?
- 11:00-12:15 Michael McKenna (University of Arizona), Resisting Pereboom's Manipulation Argument: A Hard-Liner Takes it on the Chin
- 1:30-2:45 Todd Long (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo), Epistemic Conditions for Moral Responsibility and Information Manipulation
- 3:00-4:15 Moti Gorin (Rice University), Reasons and the Wrongness of Manipulation
- 4:30-5:45 Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby (Baylor College of Medicine), Between Reason and Coercion: A Framework for Assessing the Moral Status of 'Manipulation'
Saturday March 17
- 9:30-10:45 Kate Manne (Cornell University), On Leaving Well-Enough Alone
- 11:00-12:15 Eric Cave (Arkansas State University), Manipulation and Unsavory Seduction
- 1:30-2:45 Marcia Baron (Indiana University) Keynote Address: "Reflections on the Moral Status of Manipulation"
- 3:00-4:15 Michael Cholbi (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona), The Implications of Ego Depletion for the Ethics and Politics of Manipulation
- 4:30-5:45 Amulya Mandava (Bioethics Fellow, NIH) and Joseph Millum (Bioethicist, NIH), Manipulation and the Recruitment of Participants for Medical Research
- For Workshop Poster, click here
- To Register for the workshop, click here.
- For Accommodation information, click here.
- For Directions to Bowling Green, click here.
Please direct all other inquiries to:
Ms. Priscilla Ibarra