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SENIRES COLLOQUIUM 2012 March 30 2012. 1300 - 1700 Y509.

Opening Remarks Mark Anthony L. Dacela On the Ethics of War Iceal Averroes Estrella Speaker Introduction: Jeremiah Joven Joaquin
01:40 - 01:50

01:00 - 01:10

01:10 - 01:40

Open Forum The Realization of Authenticity through Beauvoirs Idea of Reciprocity Rasel Julia Alcancia Speaker Introduction: Noelle Leslie Dela Cruz

01:50 - 2:20

2:20 - 2:30

Open Forum Original and Mele/Robb Frankfurt-Style Cases Edwin Roberto Concepcion Speaker Introduction: Raj Mansukhani

2:30 - 3:00

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Open Forum Break David Copps Society-Centered Moral Theory Carle Pagsanjan Speaker Introduction: Mark Anthony Dacela

3:30 - 4:00

4:00 - 4:10

Open Forum Are Zombies Conceivable Cruz, Jerone Pavel Speaker Introduction: Napoleon Mabaquiao

4:10 - 4:40

4:40 - 4:50

Open Forum

4:50 - 5:00

Closing Remarks Leni Garcia

The Realization of Authenticity through Beauvoirs Idea of Reciprocity Rasel Julia Alcancia

Alcancia assesses the veracity of Beauvoirs contribution to existentialism. She claims that Beauvoirs idea of reciprocity as a solution to the self-other problem provides a considerable avenue to human being through which a deeper sense of authenticity could be attained.

Original and Mele/Robb Frankfurt-Style Cases Edwin Roberto Concepcion


Concepcion proves that both Frankfurts original formulation and Mele/robbs formulation of Frankfurt-style cases do not provide adequate grounds for denying the Principle of Alternate Possibilities.

Are Zombies Conceivable Cruz, Jerone Pavel

Cruz argues that philosophical zombies are incoherent and thus only prima facie conceivable.

On the Ethics of War Estrella, Iceal Averroes


Estrella argues that the justice of resorting into war or jus ad bellum and the justice in the conduct of war or jus in bello are jointly necessary for the justification of war. He also offers here an argument against the moral

equality of soldiers.

David Copps Society-Centered Moral Theory Pagsanjan, Carle


Pagsanjan evaluates David Copps Society-Centered Moral Theory and proves that his arguments, relative to what makes moral codes justified, is insufficient.