University of Guelph
May 28 & May 29, 2016
Macdonald Stewart Hall 209
The two-day workshop will feature presentations directed toward scholars, students, and teachers of the history of philosophical ethics, as well as ethical practitioners interested in developing different conceptual models for their ethical work. Contributors will present their ongoing research followed by extended discussion periods in which the audience can think through and develop links between the concepts and problems of each project.
All individuals interested in the history of ethical thought, the history of philosophy, applied and practical ethics, and Deleuze’s philosophy generally are encouraged to attend and participate.
This project has been made possible through the support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and the Department of Philosophy, College of Arts, and Philosophy Graduate Students Association at the University of Guelph.
Presented papers will be included in a published book volume Minor Ethics: Deleuzian Variations, edited by Karen Houle, Casey Ford, and Suzanne McCullagh.
Questions about the project, or for information on attending the event, can be directed to Casey Ford by email.