Category Archives: Calls for Papers

2nd CfA: Global Justice: Radical Perspectives- MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory (8th-10th September 2014)

Mancept Workshops in Political Theory 8th-10th September 2014 Workshop on Global Justice: Radical Perspectives The Global Justice debate, framed around the scope of justice, is largely abstract, adopts the methodology of ideal theory, and endorses a liberal perspective, i.e. liberal cosmopolitanism, … Continue reading

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CFP: Deliberation after consensus: Democracy, epistemic quality and public discourse

We’re inviting abstracts for a workshop on deliberative democracy to be held in Paris, France, 20–21 November 2014. Keynote speakers are Simone Chambers and Jürg Steiner. We welcome contributions from scholars in political science, philosophy, law, media and communication, and … Continue reading

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Call for Abstracts: Libertarianism and Privilege

Call for Abstracts for the Molinari Society’s Year 11 Symposium to be held in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division meeting, December 27-30, 2014, in Philadelphia. Symposium Topic: Libertarianism and Privilege Submission Deadline: 26 May 2014 In recent … Continue reading

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CFP: The Ethics of Economic Institutions

Utrecht, January 8-10, 2015. Our economic institutions are never merely economic institutions; they are always at the same time also moral statements about the good or right ways in which we produce, exchange, consume, distribute and ultimately live together. This … Continue reading

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CFA: Moments of rupture: Event and negativity in modern thought

October 29 & 30, 2014 Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile Keynote speakers: Andreas Kalyvas (The New School, USA) Eduardo Sabrovsky (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile) Rupture is a motif central to modernity. A certain “culture of rupture” has animated in … Continue reading

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CFA: Should Intuitions Matter? Exploring the Role of Intuitions in the Justification of State Punishment, MANCEPT Workshops September 8-10

Workshop Convenors: Andrei Poama (Sciences Po) & Ambrose Lee (Oxford) Moral intuitions seem to hold a paradoxical role in the justification of state punishment. On the one hand, normative theorists repeatedly, if diffusely, rely on intuitions in their attempts to … Continue reading

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