October 3rd: Paulina Sliwa (Cambridge), 'Reverse-Engineering Blame'
October 10th: Bill O'Brian (Warwick), 'Moral Irrealism'
October 17th: David Jenkins (Warwick), 'Differences of Difference'
October 24th: Tom Sinclair (Oxford), 'Unclaimable Directed Duties'
October 31st: Gerald Lang (Leeds), 'What's Wrong with Hypocrisy?'
November 7th: No Seminar
November 14th Kim Ferzan (Virginia), 'Preventing Optimific Wrongs'
November 21st: Emily McTernan (UCL), 'In Defence of Taking Offence'
November 28th: Massimo Renzo (KCL), 'What's Wrong with Colonialism?'
December 5th: Paul Bou-Habib (Essex), 'The Brain Drain as Exploitation'
January 9th: Felix Pinkert (Warwick), 'Implicit Bias and Obligatory Anonymous Shortlisting'
January 16th: Daniel Groll (Carleton), 'Wellbeing and Knowledge of Genetic Parentage: The "Abiding Interest" View'
January 23rd: Kartik Upadhyaya (Warwick), 'Hypocrisy, Solidarity, Standing'
January 30th: Margaret Moore (Queens)
February 6th: Tom Simpson (Oxford)
February 13th: No Seminar
Febraury 20th: Ben Colburn (Glasgow)
Febraury 27th: Joseph Chan (Hong Kong)
March 6th: Jeff Howard (UCL)
March 13th: Joe Horton (UCL)
April 24th: Adam Slavny (Warwick)
May 1st: Sarah Fine (KCL)
May 8th: Alexandra Couto (Kent)
May 15th: Christopher Bennett (Warwick)
May 22nd: Michele Giavazzi (Warwick)
May 29th: No Seminar
June 5th: Charlotte Newey (Warwick)
June 19th: Elizabeth Ashford (St Andrews)
June 26th: Sophia Moreau (Toronto)