I’m very excited to be speaking at a conference in early summer on Stephen Morse’s important work in neurolaw. The conference aims to take critical appraisal of Professor Morse’s views, in hope of providing him with useful reflections as he turns his attention to writing his upcoming book Desert and Disease: Responsibility and Social Control.
The conference will run over two days, June 9-10.
Here’s the line-up:
- Jeanette KENNETT Macquarie University, Department of Philosophy
- Michael MOORE University of Illinois, College of Law
- Stephen J. MORSE UPenn, Law School
- Michael S. PARDO University of Alabama, School of Law
- Dennis PATTERSON European University Institute, Department of Law
- Katrina SIFFERD Elmhurst College, Department of Philosophy
- Nicole A VINCENT Macquarie University & TU Delft, Departments of Philosophy
- Henrik WALTER Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Department of Psychiatry
Nicole Vincent and Dennis Patterson are organizing the conference, and they have decided to open up two further slots for speakers. If you are interesting in offering a paper, please email a 500 word abstract to Nicole (Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, 29 March 2013. Submissions will be assessed over the subsequent fortnight with acceptance/rejection letters sent by Friday, 12 April 2013.