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CFA: Political Theory and the European Union, MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory

MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, University of Manchester, 1st – 3rd September 2015 Convenors: Giulia Bistagnino (University of Milan), giulia.bistagnino@unimi.it Pamela Pansardi (University of Pavia), pamela.pansardi@unipv.it The workshop aims at bringing together scholars interested in the normative dimension of the … Continue reading

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Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric

“Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric” has recently received a generous grant by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft to upgrade its structure and web appearance. Two exciting re-launch issues to celebrate this, and to launch the new format of the journal, will appear … Continue reading

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NEW BOOK

People here may like to know of this book on Hegel’s Phenomenology and Foucault’s Genealogy. The book examines these two projects – looks at their commonalities as well as differences -, considers their implications for social and political theory, as … Continue reading

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Religion, Public Reason and Thinking of the Children: Comments on Chapter 7

I am genuinely, truly honored by Harry Brighouse’s comments on the last chapter of my book. Brighouse is one of philosophy’s great theorists of education, and I learned a lot from his remarks. Brighouse’s core worry is that my chapter … Continue reading

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On Legislative Restraint and Religious Accommodation: Replies on Chapter 6

Apologies for the delay in posting my reply to Chad’s really rich comments on Chapter 6 of my book. I decided to delay until after Thanksgiving, as I thought people might be more likely to read the post. But Chad’s … Continue reading

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On Vallier’s Ch. 6 “Reconciliation in Law”

I have known Kevin and his work for five years, and I am glad that so many great people have joined in this reading group. Special thanks go to Simon May for supporting our discussion. I will here keep my … Continue reading

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