Moral communication. Observed with social systems theory.
Place: Inter-University Centre (IUC), Dubrovnik, Croatia
Address: Don Frana Bulicá 4, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dates: 15-18 September 2020
The conference committee invites contributions on the significance of moral communication in Niklas Luhmann’s social systems theory. As readers familiar with his work will recognise, Luhmann’s approach to morality is characterised by a profound moral scepticism and a certain neglect of moral communication not only as an occasional topic, but also as a distinct form of communication. As contemporary society is continuously producing moral communication, however, social systems theory is bound to adequately deal with this phenomenon if its claim to a universal theory is to be maintained. We therefore welcome contributions from scholars with an interest in moral communication at all levels of society.
- Gorm Harste, Aarhus University, Denmark
- Markus Heidingsfelder, Xiamen University Malaysia
- Klaus Laursen, Aarhus University, Denmark*
- Steffen Roth, La Rochelle Business School, France, and University of Turku, Finland*
- Krešimir Žažar, University of Zagreb, Croatia*
Further informations you will find here.
You will find my proposal for presentation and discussion here attached, yet to be reviewed (PDF).
Update 10.07.2020: The paper was accepted and it will be included in the conference program.
E-Mail-Contact: Prof. Dr. Jan V. Wirth