he 200th anniversary of the abolition of British slave trade provides an opportune occasion for a small group of distinguished scholars to explore a series of questions related to moral progress in history. Without presuming any outcomes in advance, the conference participants will traverse a huge expanse of intellectual terrain, in the process of which they will offer suggestions on the content of a potential research initiative on Ethical Progress in History.

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