The provisional programme can be downloaded by clicking on this link:  FE2019 provisional programme.

The book of (short) abstracts is here.

A list of all contibuting speakers and their respective talks can be found below. Please click on the titles to see the extended abstracts of these papers.

  1. Ilaria Canavotto (University of Amsterdam) and Alessandro Giordani (Catholic University of Milan). Causation and Accountability in Dynamic Action Logic.
  2. Hein Duijf (University of Amsterdam), Allard Tamminga (University of Groningen), and Frederik Van De Putte (Ghent University). An Impossibility Result on Methodological Individualism.
  3. Jobst Heitzig (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research) and Sarah Hiller (Free University of Berlin). Measures of individual and groupwise ex-post and ex-ante responsibility in extensive-form games with unquantifiable uncertainty.
  4. Constanze Binder (Erasmus University Rotterdam). Moral Responsibility and Individual Choice Sets.
  5. Nicolas Cote (London School of Economics). Liberalism and Social Choice.
  6. Justin Bruner (University of Groningen). Inequality and Majority Rule.
  7. Korbinian Rüger (Oxford University). Aggregation and Equality.
  8. Aleks Knoks and Eric Pacuit (University of Maryland). Reason-Based Choice for Groups.
  9. Olivier Roy and Soroush Rafiee Rad (University of Bayreuth). Deliberation, Single-Peaknedness, and Voting Cycles.
  10. Kai Spiekermann (London School of Economics). Epistemic Network Injustice.
  11. Kacper Kowalczyk (Oxford University). Yet another argument against anti-aggregation.
  12. Satoru Suzuki (Komazawa University). Measurement-Theoretic Foundations of Weighted Utilitarianism.
  13. Tomi Francis (Oxford University). A Strengthened Impossibility Theorem in Population Axiology.
  14. Christian Tarsney (Oxford University). Vive la Différence? Structural Diversity as a Challenge for Metanormative Theories.
  15. Stef Frijters, Joke Meheus, and Frederik Van De Putte (Universiteit Gent). Quantifying over the indexes of obligation operators.
  16. Chris Meacham (University of Massachusetts). Utilitarianism, Consent, and the Self-Other Asymmetry.
  17. Jon Marc Asper (University of Missouri). Subjective Values should be Sharp.
  18. Abelard Podgorski (National University of Singapore). The Self-Esteem Theorem.
  19. Andras Szigeti and György Barabás (Linköping University). Collectivizing Justice: A Novel Argument for Quota-Based Affirmative Action.
  20. Michael Deigan (Yale University). Rational Partiality and Objective Value.