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Politics, Philosophy & Economics online discussion: Juliana Bidadanure’s ‘Making Sense of Age- Group Justice with a précis by Paul Bou-Habib

Welcome to our online discussion  of Juliana’s Bidadanure’s recent publication in Politics Philosophy & Economics ‘Making Sense of Age-Group  Justice: A Time For Relational Equality?’. The paper is available through open access here.  Paul Bou-Habib is starting us off with a critical précis.  David Axelssen (LSE), Paula Casal (Pompea Fabra), Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Aarhus), Martin O’Neill (York) and Christian Schemmel (Manchester) will follow with their comments.  This  is going to be a very interesting exchange, so please join in!

Here’s Paul:

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Politics, Philosophy & Economics Discussions at Pea Soup: Juliana Bidadanure’s ‘Making Sense of Age-Group Justice’

We are thrilled to have our first Politics, Philosophy & Economics online discussion in Pea Soup’s new format.

On the 28th of September 2016  we will be discussing Juliana Bidadanure‘s outstanding paper “Making Sense of Age-Group Justice: A Time for Relational Equality?”. Juliana offers a cutting-edge contribution to our understanding of intergenerational inequality. The paper is available here.

We have an excellent line-up of academic experts to discuss Juliana’s paper.  Paul Bou-Habib (Essex) will start us off with a critical précis of the paper.   David Axelssen (LSE), Paula Casal (Pompea Fabra), Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Aarhus), Martin O’Neill (York) and Christian Schemmel (Manchester) will offer their comments. Do join us!

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CFP: The Buck Stops Where? Responsibility in The Global Economy (UCL, May 21st 2014)

This one day-conference aims to raise and explore problems surrounding the following questions: do we have responsibilities as participants in the global economy? What are the grounds of these responsibilities? What kinds of responsibilities are they? What are the responsibilities of different types of individual and collective agents such as citizens, consumers, states and corporations? Keynote Speaker is Elizabeth Ashford (St. Andrews).

Further details on suggested topics for papers can be found on the conference blog.

In order to make a submission, please send an email with an anonymous abstract (500 words max.) attached to uclconference@gmail.com by Friday 21 March 2014.

 

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Politics Philosophy & Economics Discussions at PEA Soup: AJ Julius’s ‘The Possibility of Exchange’ with précis by Victor Tadros

We are pleased to present our first Politics Philosophy & Economics discussion of AJ Julius's paper 'The Possibility of Exchange'.  Julius's paper is available on open access here.

Victor Tadros, professor at the School of Law, the University of Warwick, is kicking off the discussion with a critical précis. Here now is Victor Tadros:  

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Upcoming Politics Philosophy Economics Discussion at PEA Soup: A.J. Julius’s “The Possibility of Exchange”

PPE12_4_CoverWe're very pleased to announce the first PEA Soup discussion of a paper published in Politics Philosophy & Economics.  We will kick off with A.J. Julius's piece 'The Possibility of Exchange', which is available here.  The discussion will open on Monday, December the 16th.  Victor Tadros has kindly agreed to write a critical précis, and Richard Arneson, Stephanie Collins, Mark Reiff, Nicos Stravoupalos and Andrew Williams will take part in the discussion.  We're looking forward to a great conversation!

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