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MORALITY, MORAL PHILOSOPHY, AND THE HUMANITIES IN THE AGE OF NEUROSCIENCE

Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center - Kent, Ohio, USA

November 17-20, 2016
 

The purpose of this conference is to explore the implications for the humanities of cognitive and neuroscientific findings regarding moral judgment and moral action: in light of these findings, what role might the various humanities disciplines—philosophy, literature, languages, history, and religion studies—play in enhancing moral judgment and moral action, both individual and collective?

 

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