Morse conference programme is up

The programme for the Law and Neuroscience: the work of Stephen Morse conference to be held in Florence, Italy, in early June has just gone up! And for your viewing pleasure I’ve replicated it below:

DAY 1: SUNDAY, 9 JUNE 2013
14.00-15.00 Michael S. PARDO (University of Alabama School of Law)
Dennis PATTERSON (European University Institute, Department of Law)
Coffee break
15.30-16.30 Michael S. MOORE (University of Illinois College of Law)
Coffee break
17.00-18.00 To be filled through the Call for Papers
DAY 2: MONDAY, 10 JUNE 2013
09.30-10.30 Nicole A VINCENT (Macquarie & TU Delft, Departments of Philosophy)
Jeanette KENNETT (Macquarie University, Department of Philosophy)
Anke SNOEK (Macquarie University, Department of Philosophy)
Coffee break
11.00-12.00 Henrik WALTER (Charité Berlin, Department of Psychiatry)
Lunch
14.00-15.00 Katrina SIFFERD (Elmhurst College, Department of Philosophy)
Coffee break
15.30-16.30 To be filled through the Call for Papers
16.30-17.00 Closing remarks by Stephen J. MORSE (UPenn Law School)

On the web site you’ll also find a downloadable version of this programme as well as the original conference CFP. Please download it, print it out, and post it throughout your departmental corridor. More importantly, submit an abstract, or at least come along and join us, k? Oh, and note that the programme may still change – what’s shown above is just the current draft version – so please check back on the conference web site for the definitive version.

As you can see, a total of seven papers will be presented over the course of two days. All papers will be critical of some aspect of Stephen Morse’s work in neurolaw. For instance, Jeanette Kennett and I will present a paper (co-authored with Anke Snoek) which challenges Morse’s views on drug addiction and criminal responsibility. But don’t tell him that yet, since we’d like to catch him by surprise. ;)

After each paper, Morse will get first right of response, and the floor will then be open for further questions and discussion with the audience. The conference will end with a short presentation where Morse will offer his reflections on how the papers have challenged his thinking.

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