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5th Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy

Fifth Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy, Tucson AZ

Each session will be 1 hour and forty-five minutes. The speaker will have 30 minutes to summarize his or her paper. A commentator will have 10 minutes, and there will be 65 minutes for discussion. Program below the fold.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Registration:                  3:00-4:00

Introductory Remarks 4:00-4:15                  

Session 1:                     4:15 – 6:00          Kristi Olson, Bowdoin College

“Saving Buridan’s Ass and Other Justifications for Fair Lotteries”

Friday, October 13, 2017

Session 2:                     9:15 – 10:00         Steven Galoob, University of Tulsa

Law School

“Injustice, Reparation and Legitimacy”

Session 3:                     10:15 – 12:00       Sophia Moreau, University of Toronto

“Discrimination and Subordination”

 

Session 4:                     2:15 – 4:00          Ten-Herng Lai, Australian National

University

“Justifying Uncivil Disobedience”

Session 5:                     4:15 – 6:00          Alan Patten, Princeton University

“Protecting Vulnerable Languages: The Public Good Argument”

 

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Session 6:                     10:15 – 12:00          Victor Tadros, University of Warwick

“Localised Restricted Aggregation”         

 

Session 7:                     1:45 – 3:30                   Fabian Wendt, Bielefeld

University

“Rescuing Public Justification from Public Reason Liberalism”

Session 8:                     3:45 – 5:30                  Daniel Viehoff, New York

University

 

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