Monthly Archives: September 2009

Book Event on Susan Moller Okin at Stanford University

The Stanford political science department, in conjunction with the Ethics in Society Center and other campus programs, is hosting a special event on Friday, October 16 at 4pm.  It is open to the public. The occasion is the release of … Continue reading

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Dissensus – N°2 – e-journal in political philosophy

We are pleased to announce the second issue of Dissensus, focused on “Figures du courage politique dans la philosophie moderne et contemporaine”, directed by G. Jeanmart and L. Blesin, with contributions of G. Jeanmart, E. Tassin, M.-A. Gavray, A. Stevens, … Continue reading

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Tuck on the Rationality of Voting: A Critical Note

Some of you may be familiar with Richard Tuck’s recent book Free Riding. It’s a fascinating and valuable work, but I think much of the central argument, especially about the rationality of voting, is deeply flawed. Anyways, here’s a link … Continue reading

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VII Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

VII Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy, 24-25 September 2009. Sponsored by HDCP/IRC- Human Development, Capability and Poverty International Research Centre at IUSS-Institute for Advanced Study (Pavia) under the joint patronage of the Italian Society for Political Philosophy and the … Continue reading

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Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought

The Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought (APT) was formally established on 9 January 2009 at the Oxford Political Thought Conference. A constitution was agreed as were the executive officers, including Professor Richard Bellamy (UCL, Chair), Elizabeth Frazer (New … Continue reading

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The search for articles about Kant’s political philosophy

Hello everyone, I’m Rafal Wonicki, the Assistant Professor at the Institute of Philosophy (University of Warsaw, Poland) and I prepare the volume concerning American and German interpretation of Kant’s political philosophy in one of the Polish Philosophical Journals. This number … Continue reading

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