RoME 2019, August 8-11

The 12th annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME) will take place on the CU Boulder campus August 8-11. See the schedule here .

CU Philosophy Department’s Center for Values and Social Policy hosts the 3rd annual Colorado High School Ethics Bowl, Saturday February 2, 2019

Under what conditions, if any, is it morally permissible to read someone’s diary without their knowledge? To engage in a loud argument in public? To buy ivory? Eight teams from five area high schools came together to discuss these questions and many more at the third annual Colorado High School...

Call for Papers: Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress 2019

The twelfth annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress will take place August 8-11, 2019 at the University of Colorado Boulder. See the Call for Papers here .

Concerned Philosophers for Peace Conference, October 18-20

The 2018 Concerned Philosophers for Peace Conference , co-sponsored by the CVSP, will be held on the Boulder campus October 18-20, with a keynote by Alison Jaggar .

Alex Worsnip Talk "Media Bias: What is It, and Why is It Bad?" October 9

October 9 5:00-6:30 PM HUMN 250

CVSP Visiting Fellow for Fall - Alex Worsnip

Alex Worsnip (UNC Chapel Hill) will be our CVSP Visiting Fellow this fall, here from October 1-20. He describes his interests as follows: "The general project I'm working on at the moment (as advertised in my application) is political epistemology. Here's a list of topics that I'm thinking about: Political...

Morris Colloquium, "The Self and Its Realizations", June 16-18

The official schedule for the upcoming Morris Colloquium , "The Self and Its Realizations", has been released. The Colloquium will be held June 16-18, and the full schedule is available here .

Toby Bollig Wins Morris Judd Essay Prize

Undergraduate Toby Bollig has won the inaugural Morris Judd Undergraduate Essay Prize for the best undergraduate essay submitted on any topic in the values area. An earlier version of his essay, titled “Is Circumventing the Euthyphro Dilemma By Appealing to God’s Nature Problematic?” is available here .

The Morris Colloquium on Medieval Philosophy, April 5-7 2018

On April 5-7, Boulder will be the home to the largest conference in medieval philosophy that has recently taken place in North America. There are 63 talks scheduled, and over 70 scholars coming into town for the event. The Colloquium is made possible thanks especially to the Morris Fund, the...

Boulder Formal Value Theory Workshop, March 19

3rd Boulder Formal Value Theory Workshop New Problems in Theoretical and Practical Rationality Monday, March 19th, 2018 On Monday March 19th the 3rd Boulder Formal Value Theory Workshop will be held. The one-day features six prominent philosophers from Australia, Sweden, and the US. All talks will be held in Hellems...