By: Maura Driscoll '15
The Department of Philosophy, with support of the Spencer-Leavitt Fund, is hosting a two-day Workshop on the Ethics of Forgiveness and Revenge from May 22-23, which will consist of six talks by leading theorists.
All talks will be held in Everest Lounge and the events will run from 9:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m.
For questions, contact Krisianna Scheiter at email@example.com.
“The Relationship between Apologies, Forgiveness and Punishment”
“Forgiving the Dead”
“Two Cheers for Forgiveness (and even fewer for Revenge)”
“Why Punishment is a Form of Revenge, and Why That’s Not Necessarily a Bad Thing”
“The Three ‘R’s: Retribution, Reparation and Revenge”
“Thoughts on Virtuous Vengeance”