Author Archives: Nicole Hassoun

Global Economic Justice A Justitia Amplificata Conference

10-11 July, Forschungskollege Humanwissenschaften, Bad Homburg Confirmed speakers: Mathias Risse (Harvard), Robert Howse (NYU), Miriam Ronzoni (Manchester), Seumas Miller (Charles Sturt University), Catherine Lu (McGill), Nicole Hassoun (SUNY Binghamton), Jiewuh Song (Justitia Amplificata), Bas van der Vossen (UNC Greensboro), Peter … Continue reading

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M.A. and Ph.D Philosophy – Binghamton University

Binghamton University’s graduate program in social, political, ethical and legal philosophy (SPEL) invites applications for M.A. and Ph.D degrees in philosophy The SPEL program offers an innovative approach to graduate study in philosophy. Students receive a traditional education in philosophy … Continue reading

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Dear all, Here is an advert for a cool new job at Birmingham in Global Ethics: As some of you may know, Birmingham’s Philosophy Department is expanding and transforming and they have appointed some of the best philosophers as … 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 Tweet

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A Thought on the Ideal and Non-Ideal Theory Distinction

Many of you have probably seen Simmons’ article just out in PPA on ideal and non-ideal theory. Simmons defends Rawls’ account of the ideal/non-ideal theory distinction and his paper is a must read. That said, I have been ruminating over … Continue reading

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At the risk of starting another discussion on libertarianism… but for the record.

Kevin asked me to post these comments which I had hoped would make it onto the Molinari web page a long time ago. They provide a short response to some replies by Jan Narveson and Roderick Long to some comments … Continue reading

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