About Formal Ethics
Formal Ethics is a common denominator for the application of tools from logic, decision theory, game theory, and social choice theory to the analysis of concepts in moral and political philosophy and to the development of ethical theory. It is a rapidly growing field of research which goes back to the work of Kenneth Arrow, Amartya Sen, John Harsanyi, Georg Henrik von Wright and others. The field has recently gained new impetus with formal work on non-classical logic, freedom and responsibility, value theory and the evolution of norms and conventions.
See below for an overview of previous editions of this conference series. To find out more about the programme of those editions, please click on the links.
Groningen 2010 http://www.philos.rug.nl/FEW/
Munich 2012 http://2012.formalethics.net/languages/en/programme.html
Rotterdam 2014 http://2014.formalethics.net/languages/en/programme.html
Bayreuth 2015 http://www.formalethics.net/languages/en/programme.html
York 2017 https://formalethics2017.wordpress.com/schedule-and-abstracts/