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Workshop on Free Will and Moral Luck

University of Gothenburg's recent workshop on free will and moral luck was a great success. Robert Hartman and Kristin Mickelson each presented two of the papers written on their postdocs.University of Gothenburg's recent workshop on free will and moral luck was a great success. Robert Hartman and Kristin Mickelson each presented two of the papers written on their postdocs.

Kristin Mickelson Postdoctoral ResearcherRobert Hartman and Kristin Mickelson are both Postdoctoral Researchers within The Lund Gothenburg Responsibility Project. This research project is funded by the Swedish Research Council for the period 2014–2024 and co-funded and hosted by the the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science at the University of Gothenburg and the Philosophy Department at Lund University.

Robert Hartman and Kristin Mickelson invited an internationally acclaimed team to a workshop in October to comment on their work, which included David Enoch from Hebrew University, Derk Pereboom from Cornell University, Patrick Todd from Edinburgh University, and Benjamin Vilhauer from The City College of New York.

Robert J. HartmanThe sessions in the program focused on four parts:

Robert J. Hartman: Moral Luck and the Unfairness of Morality

Kristin M. Mickelson: The Problems of Free will and Determinism: Metaphysics and Metaphilosophy

Robert J. Hartman: Moral Luck in Kant's Moral Philosophy

Kristin M. Mickelson: The Source Condition on Free Will: Where Causal and Constitutive Moral Luck Meet

For information please contact Robert Hartman, robert.hartman@gu.se

Project website www.lgrp.lu.se