Center for Law, Philosophy, and Human Values

Robert J. Richards, "Evolutionary Ethics: Contra Nietzsche and Contemporaries"

This talk was recorded on October 2, 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. Robert J.


122:19 minutes (112 MB)

Peter Kail, "Hume and the Genealogy of Morality"

This talk was recorded on October 2, 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.


126:09 minutes (115.5 MB)

Michael N. Forster, "Genealogy and Morality"

This talk was recorded on October 2, 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. Michael Forster is Glenn A.


134:54 minutes (123.51 MB)

Conference: Creating Capabilities: Sources and Consequences for Law and Social Policy

Date: 
04.23.2010 - 04.24.2010
Location: 
The University of Chicago Law School

This conference, organized by James Heckman, Martha Nussbaum and Robert Pollak, examines a variety of conceptions of human capability, including the Human Development and Capabilities Approach in relation to the recent literature on the economics, neuroscience, and psychology of human development in order to enrich both fields.

Conference: Rethinking the Genealogy of Morals

Date: 
10.02.2009 - 10.03.2009

Sponsored by the Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values at the University of Chicago Law School

Where did our "morality"-- our moral sense, our moral intuitions, our dispositions to make particular kinds of moral judgments--come from?  And does its origin have any bearing on the value,  justification, or credibility of our morality?

Brian Leiter

Karl N. Llewellyn Professor of Jurisprudence and Director, Center for Law, Philosophy, and Human Values

Brian Leiter joined the faculty in the academic year 2008-09, simultaneously founding the Law School’s Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values.  Prior to that, he taught for thirteen years at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was (at the time) the youngest

Nussbaum

Linked article
Article: 
Article title: 
Royal Recognition
Article brief: 
Professor Martha Nussbaum honored by the Prince of Spain for her work in the humanities, philosophy of law, and political science.
Article date: 
October 30, 2012
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