Transformative Experience: theoretical and applied challenges

Workshop, 9-10 October, University of Stirling

On Wednesday 9th - Thursday 10th of October 2019, we hold an interdisciplinary workshop on the transformative experience: theoretical and applied challenges. The workshop takes place in the Court Room D1, University of Stirling.

The aim of the workshop is to explore both the theoretical challenges that the notion of transformative experience raises for decision-theory, as well as potential fruitful application of that notion more generally. Title and abstracts of the papers to be presented as well as a provisional schedule can be found

Speakers include:

Krister Bykvist (Stockholm)
Havi Carel (Bristol)
Nilanjan Das (UCL)
Rachel Fraser (Oxford)
Laurie Paul (Yale)
Richard Pettigrew (Bristol)

The workshop is open but registration is
required and spaces are limited!

Thanks to our
sponsor the Scots Philosophical Association we will be able to financially support childcare provision for speakers and participants.

The workshop is organised by
Dr Philip Ebert (Philosophy) and Dr Conny Wollbrant (Economics) and it is hosted by the Division of Law and Philosophy and Behavioural Science Centre, Division of Economics.