Ráðstefna Heimspekistofnunar og Konfúsíusarstofnunar haldin 25. ágúst 2016. Sjá nánar.
Insitute of Philosophy and Northern Lights Confucius Institute present:
Moral Psychology China and West, Past and Present
This symposium addresses a broad range of issues related to normativity in Western and Chinese intellectual traditions as well as in everyday judgments. Western philosophical tradition, at least since the Enlightenment, emphasizes the autonomous character of the moral sphere. Moral sensibilities and judgments are often believed to be distinct and qualitatively different from the aesthetic, etiquette or legal judgments, thus requiring a specific normative vocabulary. This approach was also to a large extent inherited by the Western descriptive Moral Psychology.