October 2nd: Patrick Tomlin (Warwick) 'Accidentally Killing on Purpose: Double Effect under Uncertainty.'
October 9th: Bob Simpson (UCL) 'The Relation between Academic Freedom and Free Speech'
October 16th: Theron Pummer (St Andrews) 'Suboptimanl Charity' and 'All or Nothing, but if not All, Next Most or Nothing'
October 23rd: Han van Wietmarschen (UCL) 'What is Social Heirarchy'
October 30th: Joe Horton (UCL) 'The Exploitation Problem'
November 6th: No Seminar
November 13th: Mollie Gerver (Essex) 'Valid Consent and Third Party Coercion'
November 20th: Bouke de Vries (MPIMMG) 'Filial Duties to Prevent and Address Parental Lonliness'
November 27th: Janina Dill (Oxford) 'A Moral Argument for a Division of Labour between IHL and IHRL during the Conduct of Hostilities'
December 4th: Jules Holroyd (Sheffield) 'Implicit Bias, Self-Defence, and the Reasonable Person'
January 8th: No Seminar
January 15th: Katy Wells (Warwick) 'Renting, Ownership, and Autonomy'
January 22nd: Patrick Todd (Edinburgh) 'Strawson, Libertarianism, and "External Justifications" of Our Responsibility Practices'
January 29th: Victor Tadros (Warwick) 'Sharing the Costs of War'
February 5th: Kimberly Brownlee (Warwick) 'What is the Value of Teamwork?'
February 12th: No Seminar
Febraury 19th: Alexander Sarch (Surrey) 'Corporations Keeping themselves in the Dark'
Febraury 26th: John Tilson (Liverpool Hope) 'Knowledge, Moment, and Acceptability: How to Decide Public Educational Aims and Curricula'
March 5th: Keith Hyams (Warwick) 'Empathic Power'
March 12th: Alasia Nuti (York) 'Containment, Conjecture and the Counter-Radicalisation of Unreasonable Religious Views'
April 30th: No Seminar
May 7th: Kate Greasley (UCL) 'Harming and Wronging Through Rape'
May 14th: Federico Picinali (LSE) 'Justice In-Between: The Decision-Theoretic Case for Many-Valued Criminal Verdicts'
May 21st: Nicolas Southwood (ANU)
May 29th (Wednesday): Johann Frick (Princeton)
June 4th:Elizabeth Brake (ASU)
June 11th: Jeremy Moss (UNSW)
June 18th: Steven Gardiner Lecture