Kümnes Põhjamaade varauusaegse filosoofia töötuba toimub 2.-3. juunil Tartus, Jakobi 2-336.
Reede, 2. juuni
11.05-12.05 Erik Åkerlund (Uppsala): "The End? Final Causes and Final Causation in some Baroque Scholastics"
12.15-13.15 Jan Forsman (Tampere): "Life and Skepticism for Descartes: The Meaning of the Moral Code in the Discourse"
15.00-16.00 Markku Roinila (Helsinki): "Cogito-argument and self-consciousness in Leibniz"
16.10-17.10 Artem Besedin (Moscow): "Leibniz over the precipice of Hobbes' compatibilism"
Laupäev, 3. juuni
11.00-12.00 Roomet Jakapi (Tartu): "Toland and Browne on the Nature of Faith"
12.10-13.10 Marc Hight (Hampden-Sydney): "Berkeley's Strange Semi-Occasionalist Mystery"
15.00-16.00 Francesco Orsi (Tartu): "Hume's Guise of the Good"
16.10-17.10 Hemmo Laiho (Turku): "Kant and Multimodal Intuitions"
Töötoale eelneb Marc Highti külalisloeng, mis toimub 1. juunil kell 14:15 (Jakobi 2 - 336). Marc Hight oli TÜ filosoofia osakonnas 2007/2008 õ.a. Fulbright scholar
"Better off as Judged by Themselves: A Critical Examination of Nudge Theory"
Libertarian Paternalism claims to differ from traditional paternalism by making people better off, ‘as judged by themselves.’ I argue that choice architects use ‘better off, as judged by themselves’ in a way that is systematically unclear and misleading. This unclarity furthermore makes recent debates about the efficacy and morality of employing nudges as public policy instruments in some cases difficult, if not meaningless. Ultimately the matter simply resolves into intuition pulling about values, making libertarian paternalism effectively equivalent to traditional paternalism.
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