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    03.08.17 Law, Language & Cognition CLE Ethics Roundtable: Causal Judgment and Moral Judgment
    Law, Language & Cognition

    Wednesday, March 8
    6 to 7:30 p.m.
    Reception to follow

    Brooklyn Law School
    Subotnick Center
    250 Joralemon Street
    Brooklyn, NY
    www.brooklaw.edu/directions

    Register online at www.brooklaw.edu/cognition-roundtable4

    About the Program

    It has long been known that people's judgments about whether one thing caused another can impact their moral judgments. More recently, however, a series of studies has shown that there is in reality an effect in the opposite direction. That is, people's judgments about whether an action is morally good or morally bad can affect their judgments about whether that action was the cause of some further outcome. This program will discuss this surprising effect and provide new evidence about the underlying cognitive processes that explain it.

    Presenter
    Joshua Knobe
    Professor of Philosophy, Psychology and Linguistics, Yale University

    Discussant
    Lawrence Solan
    Don Forchelli Professor of Law and Director of the Center for the Study of Law, Language and Cognition, Brooklyn Law School

    CLE Credit Offered
    The program provides 1.5 CLE credits in the State of New York. Partial credit is not available. The credits are transitional and non-transitional and the category is Ethics. Brooklyn Law School may offer financial assistance to participants who meet certain qualifications and our financial aid policy is available at www.brooklaw.edu/financialaidcle.

    Registration
    The cost of the program is $30, regardless of whether you attend for CLE credit.

    The program is free of charge for all faculty and students, as well as for members of the 1901 Society.

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