Kann denn Strafe Sünde sein? Tübinger Graduiertenkonferenz in Praktischer Philosophie zur Moralität von Strafe

Vom 05. bis 07. Dezember dieses Jahres findet die Vierte Tübinger Graduiertenkonferenz in Praktischer Philosophie statt, dieses Jahr zum Thema Strafrechtstheorie. Gastredner sind die Rechtsphilosophen Michael Zimmerman (University of North Carolina, Greensboro) und Christopher Bennett (Sheffield University). Die Konferenzsprache ist Englisch, die Deadline für Papervorschläge ist bereits der 15.10.2012. Alle weiteren Details nach dem Klick.

CFP: Is punishment immoral? – 4th Tübingen Graduate Conference in Practical Philosophy

 

Call for Papers: Graduate Conference: “Is punishment immoral? – philosophical perspectives on a legal practice:”

 

Date: 05.12 – 07.12.2012

Location: Tübingen, Germany

Further Information: http://tinyurl.com/3ao6c6s

 

The Tübingen Graduate Conferences in Practical Philosophy aim to provide an opportunity for young scholars in practical philosophy and related fields to gain experiences in presenting and discussing their own work with distinguished researchers in the field. The Graduate Conferences are organized by a team of graduate and PhD students at the philosophy department of Tübingen University, Germany. This year’s Conference is dedicated to the question “Is punishment immoral? – philosophical perspectives on a legal practice” and centers on the recent work on the justification of legal punishment by our invited guests:

 

Prof. Michael Zimmerman (University of North Carolina, Greensboro)

Dr. Christopher Bennett (Sheffield University)

 

The Conference will take place in Tübingen from 5th December to 7th December. The conference language is English.

 

This year we invite papers from graduate and PhD students from criminal law studies or moral philosophy to foster interdisciplinary discussion. Ideally papers relate to the work of Prof. Zimmerman or Dr. Bennett.

 

Submission details:
Please send your paper to jon.leefmann[at]izew.uni-tuebingen.de until 15th October. We will inform you about the acceptance of your abstract until 20th October. Papers should be between 8-10 pages in length (max. 4000-5000 words). Accepted papers can still be revised. The submission deadline of the final paper is 1st November.

 

For further information please visit our website at http://tinyurl.com/3ao6c6s

 

The Conference-Team

 

(Bahadir Eker, Michael Hermann, Gregor Hochstetter, Peter Königs, Michael Lauenstein, Jon Leefmann and Tom Poljanšek)

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