Conference "Agency, Fate and Luck: Themes from Bernard Williams"
Stephen Darwall (Yale University)
Miranda Fricker (City University of New York)
Ulrike Heuer (University College London)
Brian Leiter (University of Chicago)
Gideon Rosen (Princeton University)
Stephen Bero (Surrey) & Aness Webster (Nottingham): "Asking Too Much of Shame"
Lorenzo Greco (Oxford): "The View from Here: Williams on the First-Personal Point of View and Individuality"
Bob Hartman (Stockholm): "Moral Luck and Compassion"
Agata Łukomska (Warsaw): "Bernard Williams on Acting with Moral Confidence"
Geraldine Ng (Reading): "Blame, Internal Reasons, and ‘Hard Cases’"
Lilian O'Brien (Helsinki): "Acting Without Thinking"
Matthieu Queloz (Basel): "The Self-Effacing Functionality of Blame"
Marcel van Ackeren (Oxford): "Virtues, Luck and Fate"
Adrian Moore (Oxford) and Sophie-Grace Chappell (Open University)
Chong Ming Lim (Oxford); Trystan Goetze (Sheffield); Giulia Luvisotto (Warwick); and Daniel Telech (Polonsky Academy)
Paul Russell (Lund & British Columbia); András Szigeti (Linköping & Lund)