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
- 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