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The Moral Psychology Research Group (www.moralpsychology.net/) will meet at the Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh, November 17-18, 2007. Founded by a small group of philosophers in April 2003, the Moral Psychology Research Group fosters collaborative interdisciplinary research on human mentation and morality. The work of the MPRG is everywhere informed by contemporary empirical research in the biological, social and behavioral sciences. Professor George Loewenstein (Herbert A. Simon Professor of Economics and Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Social and Decision Sciences; http://sds.hss.cmu.edu/src/faculty/loewenstein.php) will be the guest speaker of this meeting. Attendance to this meeting will be limited to a small number of people in addition to the members of the MPRG. If you are interested in participating in this meeting, please contact Professor Edouard Machery (machery@pitt.edu).

Revised 3/10/08 - Copyright 2006