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Symposium on Michael Brady’s “Suffering and Virtue”

Tue 5 November @ 10:00 am - 5:30 pm GMT

Free
The Life of Breath project, University of Bristol Deptartment of Philosophy, and Centre for Health, Humanities & Science are jointly hosting a symposium on Prof Michael Brady‘s (Glasgow) 2018 book Suffering and Virtue.
 
Programme:

10-11 Alan Wilson (Bristol), ‘Suffering, unpleasantness, and attitude-dependence’ 

11.15-12.15 Havi Carel (Bristol), ‘Blame, shame and pain: on the counterproductive nature of punishment’

Lunch

1-2 Ian James Kidd (Nottingham), ‘Suffering, vulnerability, and vices’

2.15-3.15 Max Jones (Bristol) and Abby Tabor (Bath), ‘Chronic pain and the blurred boundary between bodily and worldly suffering’ 

Coffee

3.45-5.15 Michael Brady (Glasgow), ‘Suffering and sport’

Register: All are welcome! If you plan to attend, please contact Charlotte Withers (cw1658@bristol.ac.uk) for catering purposes and for more information.

Accessibility: Cotham House (map below) is wheelchair accessible and G.16 is on the ground floor. For any access requirements please contact Havi Carel (havi.carel@bristol.ac.uk).

 

Details

Date:
Tue 5 November
Time:
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organisers

Life of Breath
Department of Philosophy
Centre for Health, Humanities and Science

Venue

G.16 Cotham House, University of Bristol
Cotham Hill
Bristol, BS6 6JL United Kingdom
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