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Philosophical Association, along with the University of Delaware's philosophy
department, is pleased to announce the fourth annual APA Lecture, “Values and Evolving Standards:
Why There’s More to Subjective Well-Being Than What We Want Most,”
to be presented by Valerie Tiberius (University of Minnesota). The APA Lecture
will be held at the University of Delaware campus on Friday, November 17.
Valerie Tiberius is
Professor of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota, an institution she has
been affiliated with since 1998. She has published numerous reviewed papers, as
well as two books: The Reflective Life: Living Wisely With Our Limits
and Deliberation about the Good: Justifying What We Value. Tiberius’s
work has focused on ethics and moral psychology, with a special interest in
applying Humean principles to modern philosophical questions. Much of her work
has taken a practical, empirical approach to philosophical questions, aiming to
show how philosophy and psychology can meaningfully improve lives.
November 17, 2017, 2:30 p.m.
Kirkbride Hall, Room 100 • University of Delaware • Newark, DE
Free and open to the public
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