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A Colloquium in Honor of Professor Michael J. Zimmerman
February 17 @ 9:15 am – 5:00 pm
Professor Zimmerman recently retired after more than three decades of teaching and research in the Philosophy Department at UNCG.
The UNCG Philosophy Department, with generous support from Kenneth Miller and the Office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences hosts a Colloquium in Honor of Professor Michael J. Zimmerman.
The colloquium will take place in the Oakley Family Reception Room, in the Alumni House, on the UNCG campus. A light breakfast will be available in the colloquium room from 8:45am to 9:15am.
Each session will begin with a 45-minute presentation, followed by a 15-minute response from Prof. Zimmerman, and 30 minutes of discussion with the audience.
9:15-10:45am – Dr. Douglas Husak, “Review of Ignorance and Moral Responsibility” by Michael J. Zimmerman
10:45-11am – Break
11am-12:30pm – Dr. Randolph Clarke, “Blame and Ignorance”
12:30-1:45pm – Lunch break (attendees are on their own for lunch)
1:45-3:15pm – Dr. Michael McKenna, “On the Interdependence Thesis & the Essentially Interpersonal Nature of Moral Responsibility”
3:15-3:30pm – Break
3:30-5pm – Dr. Holly Smith, “Suberogatory and Even More Suberogatory”
This event is free and open to the public.