Monthly Archives: January 2013

2013 Montreal Political Theory Manuscript Workshop Award Winner

The Groupe de recherche en philosophie politique de Montréal (GRIPP) is pleased to announce the 2013 winner of the Annual Montreal Political Theory Manuscript Workshop Award: “Servitude, Independence, and Labor Republicanism in America,” by Alex Gourevitch of the Department of … Continue reading

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New Work in Experimental Political Philosophy?

Dear all, I am interested in finding new work on experimental political philosophy that might be worth mentioning in a review article on the topic. Any references would be great. All best, -Nicole

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Dating Websites for Love-Seeking Philosophy Buffs

Ayn Rand devotees are now finding love connections at Atlasphere.com, but what is out there for philosophers whose tastes run less libertarian?  We need websites to fill the void.  For starters:  JohnRawlsMatch.com (“Maximizing the romantic potential of the least desirable Americans … Continue reading

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January 2013 APT newsletter

The Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought (APT) is now recognised by HEFC as a learned society with the standing to be consulted on a variety of research issues. So members were able to defend the interests of political … Continue reading

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Legitimacy 2.0: Transparency Online – Its Meaning, Impact And Value

Call for Papers Special Workshop at the World Congress of Philosophy of Law (IVR) Belo Horizonte (Brazil), 21-28t July 2013 Transparency is everywhere, or at least talk of it is everywhere. The mainstream view is that transparency furthers accountability and … Continue reading

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Response to Sarah Conly on Chapter 2 of When the State Speaks, What Should It Say? How Democracies Can Protect Expression and Promote Equality

I’d like to thank Sarah Conly and our commentators for raising an important set of questions about the book. In this post, I focus on Conly’s worry that reflective revision cannot include citizens who reject the core democratic values of … Continue reading

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