The London Graduate Moral and Political Philosophy Workshop 2017
Date: Monday 13th February 2017
This year’s workshop will be held at University College London. The workshop’s aim is to give graduate moral and political philosophers working across London an opportunity to meet and discuss their work. Dr Han van Wietmarschen (UCL) will be delivering the keynote presentation.
The venue for the workshop will be Room 433, 16 Taviton Street (the School for Slavonic and East European Studies building)
To register for the workshop, please sign up on this Eventbrite page by Friday 3rd February 2017. Graduate students and their supervisors are warmly invited to attend.
09.00 - 09.30 - Arrive
09.30 – 10.20 – Costanza Porro (KCL) – Does wrongdoing alter one’s status as a member of the community?
10.25 – 11.15 - Jens van ‘t Klooster (Cambridge) – Central bank independence and political discretion
11.15 – 11.45 – Break
11.45 – 12.35 – Tom Rowe (LSE) – Fairness and the Satisfaction of Unequal Claims
12.35 – 1.45 – Lunch (not provided)
1.45 – 2.35 – Ilaria Cozzaglio (Milan) – Why values matter in the process of conferring legitimacy
2.40 – 3.30 - Ezequiel Monti (KCL) – On Darwall’s Case Against the Normal Justification Thesis
3.30 – 4 – Break
4 – 5.30 – Dr Han van Wietmarschen (UCL) – Political Liberalism and Respect
5.30 – Drinks
Papers have been circulated; for access email one of the addresses above. The aim is to allow participants to have read some of the papers in advance to improve the quality of discussion. However, it is not the expectation that everybody will have read all of the papers in advance.