Monthly Archives: October 2012

2nd CFP: Liberalism and Republicanism: Public Policy Implications

2nd CFP: Liberalism and Republicanism: Public Policy Implications SchoolofPublic Policy, Department of Political Science,UniversityCollegeLondon 13 February, 2013 * Please note the change of date from the original call for papers Keynote speaker: Dr Stuart White (Oxford): ‘The Liberal Contribution to … Continue reading

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Bloggingheads.tv on When the State Speaks, What Should It Say?

My appearance with Glenn Loury on Bloggingheads.tv is now online. We discuss hate speech, Holocaust denial, and a variety of other free speech issues addressed in When the State Speaks, What Should It Say? How Democracies Can Protect Expression and … Continue reading

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CFP – Challenges to Participation in Democracy

CALL FOR PAPERS Conference – Challenges to Participation in Democracy University of Lisbon, Faculty of Letters, 16th-17th May 2013   Recent political events have brought the problem of political participation to a new light by promoting active participation in ‘occupy … Continue reading

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Is it Irrational to Vote?

A response at the Economist to Katherine Magnu-Ward’s argument in Reason against the rationality of voting.

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CONF: The Republican Model and Diversity, University of Copenhagen, November 8th

The Republican Model and Diversity November 8th 2012 Room 27.0.09, University of Copenhagen in Amager, metro Islands Brygge Workshop organized by the Centre for the Study of Equality of Multiculturalism (CESEM) in collaboration with the Institut Français and the French … Continue reading

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When the State Speaks Reading Group: Schedule

This post is meant as a reference point for any and all posts that related to our reading group on Corey Brettschneider’s When the State Speaks, What Should It Say? Below I list our reading schedule along with the name … Continue reading

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