University of Oxford | 14 and 15 June 2023
This two-day workshop brings together a range of academics working on the relationship between health, healthcare, and the idea of sufficiency. Speakers will discuss topics including sufficiency's relationship to discrimination, suffering, climate change, and resource scarcity, with a view to exploring the prospects for sufficientarianism moving from theory to healthcare practice.
Speakers and talks:
- Efrat Ram-Tiktin, Bar-Ilan. Sufficiency of capabilities under moderate and severe scarcity of resources
- Dick Timmer, Dortmund. Sufficientarianism in the allocation of health resources
- Joshua Parker, Lancaster. Subsistence, sufficiency, and healthcare emissions
- Ben Davies, Oxford. Pain: Sufficiency’s missing dimension?
- Thomas Schramme, Liverpool. Widening the scope of sufficientarianism
- Lasse Nielsen, Southern Denmark. Sufficientarianism, discrimination and health care priorities
- Adam Ehlert, Uppsala. Double threshold prioritarianism: Some problems and solutions
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