‘The workshop aims to examine moral, conceptual, and empirical questions about legal normativity, including recent sceptical challenges against the supposed normativity of law. Can legal rules generate reasons to act as they require or only point to, or ‘trigger’, pre-existing reasons? Is it empirically correct that people obey the law, as opposed to merely conforming to it for reasons independent of the law? Does law have any distinct normative significance worthy of academic focus?’
Date: 19th May 2017, 1.00-5.30pm
Location: Room 313, Law Building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS
Charge: free, booking required
More information can be found here.