Personen im Institut für Philosophie: Prof. Dr. Neil Roughley

Geisteswissenschaften/Philosophie

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  • Universitätsprofessor/in, Philosophie

Die folgenden Publikationen sind in der Online-Universitätsbibliographie der Universität Duisburg-Essen verzeichnet. Weitere Informationen finden Sie gegebenenfalls auch auf den persönlichen Webseiten der Person.

    Artikel in Zeitschriften

  • Roughley, Neil
    From shared intentionality to moral obligation? : Some worries
    In: Philosophical Psychology Jg. 31 (2018) Nr. 5, S. 736 - 754
    ISSN: 1465-394X; 0951-5089
  • Roughley, Neil
    Socioecological pressures, proximal psychological mechanisms and moral normativity : Situating Tomasello’s Natural History of Human Morality
    In: Philosophical Psychology Jg. 31 (2018) Nr. 5, S. 639 - 660
    ISSN: 1465-394X; 0951-5089
  • Roughley, Neil
    Krankheit, Normativität und medizinische Praxis
    In: Erwägen, Wissen, Ethik Jg. 18 (2017) Nr. 1, S. 125 - 127
    ISSN: 1610-3696
  • Kronfeldner, Maria; Roughley, Neil; Töpfer, Georg
    Recentwork on human nature: Beyond traditional essences
    In: Philosophy compass Jg. 9 (2014) Nr. 9, S. 642 - 652
    ISSN: 1747-9991
  • Roughley, Neil
    Über die Gegenstände und Mechanismen von Billigung und Missbilligung
    In: Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung: ZphF Jg. 67 (2013) Nr. 4, S. 615 - 620
    ISSN: 0044-3301; 1439-2615
  • Roughley, Neil
    Hilberts Krawatte, Ryles Clown und Gehlens Schlüssel : Zur Analyse von Gewohnheitshandlungen
    In: Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung: ZphF Jg. 61 (2007) Nr. 2, S. 188 - 206
    ISSN: 0044-3301; 1439-2615
  • Beiträge in Sammelwerken und Tagungsbänden

  • Roughley, Neil
    Might We Be Essentially Normative Animals?
    In: The Normative Animal?: On the Anthropological Significance of Social, Moral, and Linguistic Norms / Roughley, Neil; Bayertz, Kurt (Hrsg.) 2019, S. 3 - 37
    ISBN: 9780190846466
  • Roughley, Neil
    Moral Obligation from the Outside In
    In: The Normative Animal?: On the Anthropological Significance of Social, Moral, and Linguistic Norms / Roughley, Neil; Bayertz, Kurt (Hrsg.) 2019, S. 214 - 242
    ISBN: 9780190846466
  • Roughley, Neil; Schramme, Thomas
    Empathy, sympathy, concern and moral agency
    In: Forms of Fellow Feeling: Empathy, Sympathy, Concern and Moral Agency / Roughley, Neil; Schramme, Thomas (Hrsg.) 2018, S. 3 - 55
    ISBN: 9781316271698; 9781107109513
  • Roughley, Neil
    The empathy in moral obligation : An exercise in creature construction
    In: Forms of Fellow Feeling: Empathy, Sympathy, Concern and Moral Agency / Roughley, Neil; Schramme, Thomas (Hrsg.) 2018, S. 265 - 291
    ISBN: 9781316271698; 9781107109513
  • Köhler, Sebastian; Roughley, Neil; Sauer, Hanno
    Technologically blurred accountability? : Technology, responsibility gaps and the robustness of our everyday conceptual scheme
    In: Moral Agency and the Politics of Responsibility / Ulbert, Cornelia; Finkenbusch, Peter; Sondermann, Elena (Hrsg.) 2017, S. 51 - 67
    ISBN: 978-1-138-70744-3; 9781138707436
  • Roughley, Neil
    Wollen, Emotionen und das moralische Sollen
    In: Wollen: Seine Bedeutung, seine Grenzen / Roughley, Neil; Schälike, Julius (Hrsg.) 2016, S. 175 - 204
    ISBN: 978-3-95743-042-7; 978-3-95743-857-7
  • Roughley, Neil; Schälike, Julius
    Zur Bedeutung des Wollens in der Philosophie – Historisches, Systematisches und ein Blick auf die Beiträge
    In: Wollen: Seine Bedeutung, seine Grenzen / Roughley, Neil; Schälike, Julius (Hrsg.) 2016, S. 13 - 39
    ISBN: 978-3-95743-857-7; 978-3-95743-042-7
  • Roughley, Neil
    Fälle und Narration in der Moralphilosophie
    In: Fallgeschichten: Text- und Wissensformen exemplarischer Narrative in der Kultur der Moderne / Aschauer, Lucia; Gruner, Horst; Gutmann, Tobias (Hrsg.) 2015, S. 253 - 268
    ISBN: 978-3-8260-5681-9
  • Roughley, Neil
    Human Natures
    In: Human Nature and Self Design / Schleidgen, Sebastian; Jungert, Michael; Bauer, Robert; Sandow, Verena (Hrsg.) 2011, S. 11 - 33
    ISBN: 978-3-95743-884-3; 978-3-89785-733-9
  • Roughley, Neil
    Das irrationale Tier
    In: Der Ort der Vernunft in einer natürlichen Welt: Logische und anthropologische Ortsbestimmungen / Cramm, Wolf Jürgen; Keil, Geert (Hrsg.) 2008, S. 216 - 233
    ISBN: 9783938808450
  • Roughley, Neil
    The Claims of States and the Claims of Morality : A Commentary on Morris
    In: Political Legitimization without Morality? / Kühnelt, Jörg (Hrsg.) 2008, S. 33 - 38
    ISBN: 9781402085758; 9781402085765
  • Roughley, Neil
    On the ways and uses of intending : Lessons from velleman’s bratman critique
    In: Action in Context / Leist, Anton (Hrsg.) 2007, S. 216 - 230
    ISBN: 9783110898798; 9783110188936
  • Roughley, Neil
    The Double Failure of Double Effect
    In: Intentionality, Deliberation and Autonomy: The Action-Theoretic Basis of Practical Philosophy / Nannini, Sandro; Lumer, Christoph (Hrsg.) 2007, S. 91 - 116
    ISBN: 9781138249288
  • Roughley, Neil
    Willensschwäche und Personsein
    In: Personalität: Studien zu einem Schlüsselbegriff der Philosophie / Kannetzky, Frank; Tegtmeyer, Henning (Hrsg.) 2007, S. 144 - 161
    ISBN: 978-3-86583-214-6
  • Bücher/Sammelwerke/Tagungsbände

  • Roughley, Neil; Bayertz, Kurt (Hrsg.)
    The Normative Animal? : On the Anthropological Significance of Social, Moral, and Linguistic Norms
    Oxford (2019) 380 Seiten
    ISBN: 9780190846466; 9780190846497
  • Roughley, Neil; Schramme, Thomas
    Forms of fellow feeling : Empathy, sympathy, concern and moral agency
    Cambridge (2018) 334 Seiten
    ISBN: 9781316271698; 9781107109513
  • Barkhaus, Annette; Mayer, Matthias; Roughley, Neil; Thürnau, Donatus (Hrsg.)
    Identität, Leiblichkeit, Normativität : Neue Horizonte anthropologischen Denkens
    Frankfurt am Main (2016) 427 Seiten
    (Suhrkamp-Taschenbuch Wissenschaft ; 1247)
    ISBN: 978-3-518-28847-4
  • Roughley, Neil
    Wanting and Intending : Elements of a Philosophy of Practical Mind
    Dordrecht (2016) 364 Seiten
    (Philosophical Studies Series ; 123)
    ISBN: 9789401773850; 9789401773874
  • Roughley, Neil; Schramme, Thomas (Hrsg.)
    On "Moral sentimentalism"
    Newcastle upon Tyne (2015) 182 Seiten
    ISBN: 9781443876087; 9781443883177
  • Endreß, Martin; Roughley, Neil (Hrsg.)
    Anthropologie und Moral : Philosophische und soziologische Perspektiven
    Würzburg (2000) 506 Seiten
    ISBN: 3826017579
  • Roughley, Neil (Hrsg.)
    Being Humans : Anthropological Universality and Particularity in Transdisciplinary Perspectives
    Berlin (2000) 426 Seiten
    ISBN: 9783110169744; 9783110822809
  • Lexikoneinträge

  • Roughley, Neil
    Human Nature
    In: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy / Zalta, Edward N. (Hrsg.) 2021
  • Vorträge

  • Roughley, Neil;
    Emotionen und Moral
    Die kleine Form, 29. Mai 2013, Essen,
    (2013)
    (Die kleine Form 2013)

Aktuelle Tagungen: 

 

Eine Übersicht der aktuellen Veranstaltungen finden Sie unter: Upcoming Events — Duisburg-Essen University (uni-due.de)

 

Ältere Tagungen:

 

Siehe auch "MetaEssen", "PhEEL" und "How Does It Feel?"

Automaticity and Bias in Thought and Action (October 7th and 8th, 2019)
Location: TU Dortmund University
Organisation: Katja Crone & Anna Welpinghus (TU Dortmund University), Albert Newen & Francesco Marchi (Ruhr-University Bochum), Neil Roughley & Flavia Felletti (University Duisburg-Essen)
Speakers: Eric Mandelbaum (CUNY), Josefa Toribio (U Barcelona), Klaus Rothermund (FSU Jena), Agnes Moors (KU Leuven), Kris Goffin (KU Leuven / U Antwerp), Juan Pablo Bermúdez (UEC Bogota), Jeroen Rijnders (U Oslo), Lieke Asma (HfPh Munich)

Conscious Will and the Unconscious Mind (June 28th 2019)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Astrid Schomäcker and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Beate Krickel (Bochum), Sven Walter (Osnabrück), Sophie Stammers (Birmingham)

Automaticity, Habits and Skills (January 31st – February 1st 2019)
Location: Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (KWI), Essen
Organisation: Flavia Felletti and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Christos Douskos (Hellenic Open University), Flavia Felletti (Essen), Elisabeth Pacherie (Institut Jean Nicod), Thomas Schack (Bielefeld), John Toner (Hull)

First Essen-Wuhan Metaethics Workshop (July 6th 2018)
Location: Casino, Campus Essen
Organisation: Nicholas Laskowski and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Matthew Lutz (Wuhan), Hichem Naar (Essen), Yong Li (Wuhan), Nicholas Laskowski (Essen) & Nathan Robert Howard (USC)

Ruhr Area Lectures on Automaticity and Control (Nov. 2nd 2017, Dec. 14th 2017, Jan. 17 2018)
Location: Campus Essen (Nov. 2nd), Ruhr-University Bochum (Dec. 14th), Campus TU Dortmund (Jan. 17th)
Organisation: Katja Crone & Anna Welpinghus (Technical University Dortmund), Neil Roughley & Flavia Felletti (University Duisburg-Essen), Albert Newen & Francesco Marchi (Ruhr-University Bochum)
Speakers: Erik Rietveld (Nov. 2nd), Bence Nanay (Dec. 14th), Maureen Sie (Jan. 17th)

New perspectives on self-deception, biased belief & automatic action (December 12th 2017)
Location: Ruhr-University Bochum
Organisation: Albert Newen and Francesco Marchi'
Speakers:Alfred Mele (Florida State University), Ryan McKay (Royal Holloway University London), Flavia Felletti & Neil Roughley (University of Duisburg-Essen), Francesco Marchi & Albert Newen (Ruhr-University Bochum), Anna Welpinghus & Katja Crone (University of Dortmund)

A Workshop on Adam Smith’s Sentimentalism (May 30th 2017)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Sebastian Köhler and Neil Roughley
Speakers:Vivienne Brown (Open University, Geoffrey Sayre-McCord (UNC Chapel Hill)

A Workshop with Antti Kauppinen (December 2nd 2016)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Neil Roughley
Speakers: Karina Derpmann, André Waldheuser, Antti Kauppinen

A Workshop on the Reactive Attitudes with Jeanette Kennett and Victoria McGeer (3rd June 2016)
Organisation: Neil Roughley (Duisburg-Essen) & Hanno Sauer
Location: Campus Essen, S06 S01 B29
Schedule

Symposium on Michael Tomasello: A Natural History of Human Morality (13th-14th May 2016), kindly financed by the Jacobs Foundation, Zürich
Location: Marbach Castle, Lake Constance
Speakers: David Sloan Wilson (Binghampton/Biology & Anthropology), Carel van Schaik (Zürich/Biological Anthropology), Philip Pettit (Princeton & ANU/Philosophy), Cathal O'Madagain (Leipzig/Philosophy), Andreas Niederberger (Essen/Philosophy), Neil Roughley (Essen/Philosophy), Melanie Killen (Maryland/Psychology), Ivan Cabrera (ANU/Philosophy), Robert Hepach (Leipzig/Psychology), Stephen Darwall (Yale/Philosophy), Michael Tomasello (Leipzig/Psychology)
Conference schedule

Der ontologische Status von Normen (14th July 2014)
Organisation: Kurt Bayertz (Münster) and Neil Roughley (Duisburg-Essen).
Location: WWU Weiterbildung, Münster
Speakers: Ludger Jansen (Münster), Christiana Werner (Göttingen), Dennis Hille (Essen), David Schweikard (Münster)
Conference schedule

4th Symposium on Anthropology and Normativity (8th-10th November 2013)
Organisation: Kurt Bayertz (Münster) and Neil Roughley (Duisburg-Essen).
Speakers Peter Kappeler (Sociobiology, Göttingen), Hannes Rakoczy (Psychology, Göttingen), Christoph Antweiler (Ethnology, Bonn), Karl Mertens (Philosophy, Würzburg), Hanjo Glock (Philosophy, Zurich), Judith Burkart (Anthropology, Zurich), Carel van Schaik, (Anthropology, Zurich), Elliot Turiel (Psychology, Berkeley), Neil Roughley (Philosophy, Essen), Holmer Steinfath (Philosophy, Göttingen), Nick Enfield (Ethnolinguistics, Nijmwegen), Richard Breheny (Linguistics, London), Louise Röska-Hardy (Philosophy, Dortmund)
Conference schedule

Practical Reasons for Particularism (14th June 2013)
Organisation: Tobias Gutmann and Neil Roughley.
The focus of the workshop was on the strength of specifically practical considerations as justifications of particularism, that is, on the fact that the resort to principles seems to play a minimal role in practical reasoning and in the generation of the actions of moral agent.
Speakers: Maike Albertzart (Humboldt University, Berlin), Simon Kirchin (University of Kent), Constantine Sandis (Oxford Brookes University), Jörg Schroth (Georg-August-University, Göttingen).
Abstract and Conference schedule

Forms of Fellow Feeling. Empathy, Sympathy, Concern and Moral Agency (15th-17th March 2013)
Organisation: Neil Roughley and Thomas Schramme (Hamburg)
Speakers: Doris Bischof-Köhler (Munich/Psychology), Lawrence Blum (UMB/Philosophy), Stephen Darwall (Yale/Philosophy), Jean Decety (Chicago/Psychology), John Deigh (Texas/Law), Ronald de Sousa (Toronto/Philosophy), Frans de Waal (Emory/Psychology), Nancy Eisenberg (Arizona State/Psychology), Wolfgang Friedlmeier (Grand Rapids/Psychology), Heidi Maibom (Carleton/Philosophy), Michael Slote (Miami/Philosophy), Amrisha Vaish (Leipzig/Psychology).
Abstract and Conference schedule

Michael Slote: Moral Sentimentalism. Authors Meets Critics (14th March 2013)
Organisation: Neil Roughley and Thomas Schramme (Hamburg)
Workshop on Michael Slote's book Moral Sentimentalism.
Comments from Karina Derpmann (Duisburg-Essen) Matthias Gottschalk (Duisburg-Essen), Herlinde Pauer-Studer (Vienna), Neil Roughley (Duisburg-Essen), Thomas Schramme (Hamburg) and replies from Michael Slote (Miami). Workshop schedule

Automatic Actions (Jan. 11th 2013)
Organisation: Ezio Di Nucci and Neil Roughley
In the wake of the Control and the Absent Mind conference in the summer of 2012, we organized a follow-up event in early 2013. The workshop brought together early-career philosophers based in Germany and the Netherlands who are working on the conceptualisation of automaticity and habits and on their theoretical and ethical implications for such concepts as intention, awareness, responsibility and freedom.

Control and the Absent Mind. Habits, Skills, Automaticity and Intentionality (June 2012)
Organisation:Ezio Di Nucci and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Peter Gollwitzer (Konstanz / New York), Richard Holton (MIT), David Neal (Duke), Gabriele Oettingen (Hamburg / New York), Timothy Schroeder (Ohio State), Frank Esken (Salzburg), Paschal Sheeran (Sheffield), Ralf Stoecker (Potsdam), Wendy Wood (Southern California), Ezio Di Nucci (Duisburg-Essen)
The conference brought together leading international experts on human action and behaviour from both the empirical sciences and philosophy, to discuss in an interdisciplinary setting recent developments in the empirical and theoretical study of automaticity and habits. We often act automatically - without awareness or a preceding conscious intention - as for example when we act out of habit or when we exercise a skill. These behaviours pose challenging questions: how are they to be explained? Can we reconcile them within the intentional activity of a rational planning agent? Can we still talk of control and responsibility in such cases? On the one hand, such practices are so common and frequent that we must be able to account for them within agents' normal rational lives; on the other hand, lack of awareness poses a serious problem to the attribution of intentionality and responsibility.

3rd Delmenhorst Symposium on Anthropology and Normativity (March 2012)
Symposium co-organised with Kurt Bayertz (Münster), Hanse Institute for Advanced Study (HWK), Delmenhorst.
Speakers: Louise Röska-Hardy (Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities [KWI], Essen/Philosophy), Hannes Rakoczy (Göttingen/Psychology), Wilfried Van Damme (Leiden/Centre for the Arts in Society), Hans-Johann Glock (Zurich/Philosophy)
Schedule

Dog Fight on the Cognitive Plateau. On Ascribing Mental Capacities to Animals (May 2011)
A Discussion between Colin Allen (Cognitive Science/History and Philosophy of Science, Indiana University) and Hans-Johann Glock (Philosophy, Zurich University).
Organisation: Neil Roughley

Thinking About Animal Cognition. A Workshop with Colin Allen (March 2011)
Workshop co-organised with Albert Newen (Bochum), Ruhr University Bochum.

GAP-Doctoral Workshop Meta-Ethik und Normative Ethik (November 2010)
Workshop funded by the Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie (GAP) for doctoral students working in ethics.
Conference schedule

Our goal with MetaEssen is to provide a biannual forum for philosophers, especially more junior philosophers in or around Europe, to share new work in a congenial environment on a topic of recent interest concerning the nature of ethics, understood broadly to include familiar metaethical questions on the metaphysics, epistemology, semantics, and psychology of normativity, but also less familiar questions where the boundaries between metaethics and normative ethics might be less sharp. The format involves extensive discussion of pre-read papers.

für weitere Informationen, siehe bitte: MetaEssen — Duisburg-Essen University (uni-due.de)

 

Aktuelle Tagungen:

Eine Übersicht der aktuellen Veranstaltungen finden Sie unter: Upcoming Events — Duisburg-Essen University (uni-due.de)

 

Ältere Tagungen:

MetaEssen V: Fittingness and the Structure of Normativity (January 21st 2021)
Location: Online Event
Organisation: Woo Ram Lee and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Jonathan Way (Southampton), Andrew Reisner (Uppsala)

MetaEssen IV: Debunking and Disagreement (January 23rd 2020)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Eleonora Severini and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Folke Tersman (Uppsala), Michael Klenk (St. Gallen)

MetaEssen III: Structural Rationality (November 23rd 2018)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Stefan Mandl and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Benjamin Kiesewetter (HU Berlin), Julian Fink (University of Bayreuth)

MetaEssen II: Fittingness in Ethics (April 27th 2018)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Hichem Naar and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Robert Cowan (Glasgow), Richard Yetter Chappell (York)

MetaEssen I: Conceptual Engineering in Metaethics (January 19th 2018)
Location: Campus Essen
Organisation: Nicholas Laskowski and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Knut Olav Skarsaune (Oslo), Matti Eklund (Uppsala)

The Philosophy of Emotion Essen Lab (PhEEL) is a research group, based in Essen (Germany), dedicated to the philosophical study of emotions. It is co-directed by Hichem Naar and Neil Roughley. Its aim is to constitute not only a source of original research on the emotions, but also a forum for discussion with emotion researchers around the world in the context of various activities and collaborative projects.

für weitere Informationen, siehe bitte: PhEEL - (uni-due.de)

 

Aktuelle Tagungen:

Eine Übersicht der aktuellen Veranstaltungen finden Sie unter: Upcoming Events — Duisburg-Essen University (uni-due.de)

 

Ältere Tagungen:

Emotions and their Reasons (February 15th 2022)
Location: Online Event
Organisation: Hichem Naar and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Laura Silva and Michael Milona

Beyond Representation: Emotions' Agential Dimensions (March 23rd 2021)
Location: Online Event
Organisation: Hichem Naar and Neil Roughley
Speakers: Julien Deonna, Hichem Naar, Neil Roughley, Christiana Werner, Fabrice Teroni

The project How Does it Feel? Interpersonal Understanding and Affective Empathy aims to make a crucial contribution to a theory of interpersonal understanding by providing philosophical accounts of hitherto barely discussed dimensions of the phenomenon:
(1) grasping what it is like or how it feels for another to be in some situation: phenomenal understanding;
(2) endorsing or accepting another's feelings, motivation or action; and
(3) achieving these as a result of emotionally or affectively empathising with the other, where affective empathy is conceived as either fulfilling a cognitive role, thus contributing to phenomenal understanding, or feeding into the evaluative or quasi-evaluative phenomenon of endorsement.

für weitere Informationen, siehe bitte: How Does It Feel? - (uni-due.de)

 

Aktuelle Tagungen:

Eine Übersicht der aktuellen Veranstaltungen finden Sie unter: Upcoming Events — Duisburg-Essen University (uni-due.de)

 

Ältere Tagungen:

"Empathy, Grief and Interpersonal Understanding" mit Michael Cholby und Elizabeth Ventham (16.06.2021)

"Interpersonal Understanding and the Limits of Empathy" mit Olivia Bailey und Katharina Sodoma (27.04.2021)

"Phenomenal Knowledge and Testimony" mit Yuri Cath und Christiana Werner (25.02.2021)