Wojciech Kaftanski (Postdoctoral Fellow and Comms Associate ) is presenting a paper entitled "Affective Admiration, Motivation, and Value: Some Remarks on Exemplarity" at INCET Interdisciplinary Ethics Research Centre at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow/Poland on January 13.
Tyler J. VanderWeele is giving a talk entitled "On the Promotion of Human Flourishing" at Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth, North Dakota State University, on November 9, 3:00 - 4:30 pm Central Time.
Tyler J. VanderWeele's (Program Director) new contribution to "Common Good" entitled "The Good Life, According to Data" is now out (Issue 6). In this piece, Prof. VanderWeele explains the Program's approach to the subject of flourishing.
We are in fact trying to bring together the humanities and the empirical social sciences. And so we have on our program staff not only sociologists and psychologists and epidemiologists and statisticians, but also philosophers, theologians, and historians. We really think that knowledge about human...
Program Director Tyler J. VanderWeele and Director of Empirical Research Matthew T. Lee will be presenting at SHINE Summit 2021 hosted by Harvard School of Public Health on November 8-10, 2021. The theme of the Summit is "The Future Workplace: Building Flourishing Organizations Today.
HUMANFLOURISHING (this code provides 10% off of registration through 10/5/21)
Registration is now open for SHINE Summit 2021, the leading forum for visionary thinking, innovative...
The Human Flourishing Program and the Department of Philosophy at Harvard University cordially invite you to join Agnes Callard (University of Chicago) for a philosophical investigation of conversation, controversy, and disagreement. Professor Callard’s lecture will be followed by a time of Q&A. Students are welcome. This is an in-person event organized as part of "Disagreeing Agreeably" Series organized by The Human Flourishing Program, on Thursday, September 9, from 4:30 to 6:00 in Emerson Hall 101.
Join us for a virtual meeting dedicated to 'Measuring Well-Being: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from the Social Sciences and the Humanities' edited by Matthew T. Lee, Laura D. Kubzansky, and Tyler J. VanderWeele. The event is organized by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America.