Monthly Archives: October 2010

Conference: The Margins of Citizenship

Conference: The Margins of Citizenship Citizenship is a central concept in normative political philosophy, law, and public policy. It marks out those to whom we owe special attention, those who have the right to determine their society’s shape, and those … Continue reading

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European Journal of Political Theory 9(4) 2010: Special Issue, Realism and Political Theory

 Published on-line at: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL THEORY 9.4 (2010) SPECIAL ISSUE: REALISM AND POLITICAL THEORY Contributors: Richard North Political realism: Introduction William A Galston Realism in political theory Richard Bellamy Dirty hands and clean gloves: Liberal ideals and … Continue reading

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Advice for article reviewers: what is best practice?

Readers may be familiar with my “Publishing Advice for Graduate Students” which addressed issues from publishing book reviews and conference proceedings to replies, full length articles, and submitting book contracts successfully. I have been genuinely thrilled by its reception as … Continue reading

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Studies in Moral Philosophy book series

I am delighted to announce a new book series in moral philosophy: Studies in Moral Philosophy is a new book series affiliated with the Journal of Moral Philosophy. This new series will publish books in all areas of normative philosophy, … Continue reading

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CFP: International Conference on Challenging Citizenship, Portugal, 2011

Call for Papers: International Conference Challenging Citizenship Organization: Centre for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra, Portugal When? June 3–4, 2011 Where? Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra Language: English, with simultaneous translation into Portuguese Conference website: Confirmed invited … Continue reading

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19th Century Philosophy: How to make it coherent and interesting?

The 19th Century Philosophically is full of exciting developments that changed our world and that changed philosophy.  The problem that I’ve been having as I work to put together a syllabus for a seminar on it in the spring is … Continue reading

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