The Princeton Workshop in Normative Philosophy provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of recent work in normative philosophy, including work in metaethics, normative ethics, applied ethics, aesthetics, political philosophy, philosophy of law, and epistemology. The workshop hosts presentations by Princeton faculty, visiting scholars, and outside faculty.
2016-2017 Speakers: Stephen Finlay, Karen Jones, Hrishikesh Joshi, Douglas Portmore, Susanna Rinard, Michael Smith, Daniel Star, and David Velleman.
2015-2016 Speakers: Russ Shafer-Landau, Daniel Whiting, Ruth Chang, Michele Moody-Adams, Jennifer Morton, Julia Markovits, Johnny Thakkar, Luke Russell, and Eden Lin.
2014-2015 Speakers: Brian Hedden, Hallie Liberto, Errol Lord, Johann Frick, Mark Budolfson, and Holly Smith.
2013-2014 Speakers: Mark Schroeder, Peter Graham, Angela Smith, David Plunkett, Tim Sundell, Pamela Hieronymi, Cheshire Calhoun, Hille Paakkunainen, and John Brunero.
2012-2013 Speakers: Sarah McGrath, Andy Egan, Victoria McGeer, Fred Feldman, Chris Heathwood, John Broome and David Velleman.
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The PWNP is generously supported by the Princeton University Center for Human Values and the Princeton University Department of Philosophy.