The Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research (CEPR) of the University of Salzburg organizes an annual Salzburg Workshop in Philosophy and Poverty. In 2018 the workshop will focus on the topic of "Poverty and the Family". The invited speaker for this workshop is Jonathan Wolff (Oxford), who will give a talk on "Poverty, Social Expectations, and the Family". The workshop will run over two days and the program will include nine papers. The abstracts of all talks will be published soon on this site. Draft papers will be shared among all registered participants two weeks in advance.
Guests are welcomed but need to register via e-mail until 1 May 2018 at gottfried.schweiger[a]sbg.ac.at
For more information please visit the workshop's website: www.workshop-poverty-philosophy.org/
Thursday 17 May 2018
10:00 Jonathan Wolff (Oxford): Poverty, Social Expectations, and the Family
11:30 Anke Snoek and Dorothee Horstkotter (Maastricht): How poverty compromises agency: the case of substance dependent parents
13:30 Mar Cabezas (Complutense de Madrid): Children raising children: Parental responsibilities and paradoxes in the intergenerational transmission of poverty
15.00 Karin Kuhlemann (University College London): Poverty and the moral limits to the right to procreate
16:30 Alicia-Dorothy Mornington and Alexandrine Guyard-Nedelec (Panthéon Sorbonne): The case of British forced adoption – is poverty eroding parental rights?
17:45 End of Day 1
Friday 18 May 2018
9:30 Douglas MacKay (North Carolina): Parenting the Parents: The Ethics of Parent-Targeted Paternalism in the Context of Anti-Poverty Policies
11:00 Anders Herlitz and Adel Daoud (Gothenburg and Rutgers): Economic stability, poverty and fairness
13:00 Jordan Thomson (Toronto): Having it Good without Being Bad
14:15 End of Day 2
The workshop will take place at the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research. The Centre is located in the city centre of Salzburg. The address of the Centre is Mönchsberg 2a, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.