Center for Law, Philosophy, and Human Values

Creating Capabilities: Fostering Social and Emotional Development in Young Children

This panel was recorded April 24, 2010 as part of the conference "Creating Capabilities," held at the University of Chicago Law School and organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak.


100:32 minutes (92.05 MB)

Creating Capabilities: Fostering Cognitive Development

This panel was recorded April 23, 2010 as part of the conference "Creating Capabilities," held at the University of Chicago Law School and organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak.


131:27 minutes (120.35 MB)

Creating Capabilities: Fostering Physical Health

This panel was recorded April 23, 2010 as part of the conference "Creating Capabilities," held at the University of Chicago Law School and organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak.


83:12 minutes (76.18 MB)

Creating Capabilities: Directions for Law and Policy

This panel was recorded April 24, 2010 as part of the conference "Creating Capabilities," held at the University of Chicago Law School and organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak.


116:16 minutes (106.46 MB)

Creating Capabilities: Normative Issues: Which Capabilities? Whose Capabilities?

This panel was recorded April 23, 2010 as part of the conference "Creating Capabilities," held at the University of Chicago Law School and organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak.


93:44 minutes (85.82 MB)

Creating Capabilities: Framing the Issues

This panel was recorded April 23, 2010 as part of the conference "Creating Capabilities," held at the University of Chicago Law School and organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak.


93:44 minutes (85.82 MB)

Chicago Lawyer Magazine Lauds UChicagoLaw's Commitment to Interdisciplinary Education

School believes in interdisciplinary education
Danielle Feinstein
Chicago Lawyer
August 30, 2010

The University of Chicago Law School has offered interdisciplinary courses and programs since founding the John M. Olin Program in law and economics more than 50 years ago.

From the program's inception, the law school instituted interdisciplinary programs in the areas of philosophy, history, international law and literature.

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Michael H. Schill
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Alison LaCroix
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Laura Weinrib
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Martha Nussbaum
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Brian Leiter
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Richard A. Posner
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David A. Strauss

Conference on Philosophy and Law: Neutrality and Theory of Law

Date: 
05.20.2010 - 05.22.2010
Location: 
Girona, Spain

Professor Brian Leiter will be presenting at this conference in Girona, Spain. For more information about the conference, please visit the conference website.

This description is from the conference website:

Faculty: 
Brian Leiter

Jesse Prinz, “The Genealogy of Morals”

This talk was recorded on October 3, 2009, as part of the conference "Rethinking the Genealogy of Morals," sponsored by the Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values at the University of Chicago Law School. Jesse Prinz is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center.


123:10 minutes (112.76 MB)

Daniel Batson, “Altrusim and Morality: No Necessary Connection”

This talk was recorded on October 3, 2009, as part of the conference "Rethinking the Genealogy of Morals," sponsored by the Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values at the University of Chicago Law School. C. Daniel Batson is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Kansas..


123:52 minutes (113.41 MB)
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