[MaFLa] politikai filozófia workshop

Reich Orsolya androczy at gmail.com
Tue Jun 12 12:36:10 CEST 2012


ON THE SCOPE OF DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE:
Relational and Non-relational Views

July 5-7, 2012
Venue: Central European University, Nador utca 13, Room 001

Organized by the Departments of Philosophy and Political Science and
the Global Justice Network

Registration (free and open to all):
ceuglobaljustice at gmail.com<mailto:ceuglobaljustice at gmail.com>

THURSDAY

10.30-11.00: Registration
11.00-11.15: Welcome
11.15-12.45: Keynote Address
·         Samuel Scheffler (New York University): The Practice of Equality
·         Janos Kis (Central European University): Response

14.00-15.30:
·         Anca Gheaus (Erasmus University Rotterdam): Luck versus
Relational Egalitarianism and the Relevant Distribuenda
·         Shlomi Segall (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): The
Problem with Inequality

15.45-17.15
·         Christian Seidel (University of Erlangen): Vindicating
Distributive Equality
·         Emily Crookston (Washington University): Refusing to Take Up
the Slack or Just Slacking?

17.30-19.00
·         Paul Kelleher (University of Wisconsin-Madison):
Distributive Justice is Associative, Relational, Egalitarian, and
Prioritarian
·         Sem de Maagt (Erasmus University Rotterdam): Social
Ontology, Practice Dependency, and Normative Political Theory

FRIDAY

9.30-11.00
·         Saladin Meckled-Garcia (University College London): Agency
and the Scope of Distributive Justice: Restricting the Scope Without
Practice Dependence
·         Attila Mraz (Central European University):
Practice-dependence: The Irrelevant Methodology of the Scope of
Justice Debate

11.15-12.45
·         Helena de Bres (Wellesley/Stanford): Disaggregating Global Justice
·         Kristina Meshelski (California State University,
Northridge): Structures Not Institutions

14.00-15.30
·         Tom Porter (University of Manchester): The Limits of
Background Justice
·         Jon Garthoff (University of Tennessee): Moral Coordination
Problems and the Global Reach of Distributive Justice

15.45-17.15
·         Haye Hazenberg(K.U. Leuven): Global Democratic Equality?
·         Eszter Kollar (John Cabot University): Constructing Global
Fairness - In Search of Public Ideals

17.30-19.00
·         Verena Risse (Goethe University Frankfurt): International
Legal Coercion in the Debate on Global Justice
·         Juri Viehoff (Oxford University): Justice or Democracy –
Relational and Distributional Egalitarianism and the Shape of
Supranational Institutions

20.00    Conference Dinner at Oliva


SATURDAY

9.30-11.00
·         Elisabeth Kahn (University of York): Global Justice –  A
Structural Approach
·         Eric Brown (Central European University): Cosmopolitanism -
A Relational, Institutional Approach with Special Reference to
Corruption

11.15-12.45
·         Orsi Reich (Central European University): The Insurance Approach
·         Andras Miklos (University of Rochester): Justice and Equal
Claims to Natural Resources

14.00-15.30: Keynote Address
·         Simon Caney (Oxford University): Justice, Equality and Humanity
·         Zoltan Miklosi (Central European University): Response



Conference convenors: Eszter Kollar, Zoltan Miklosi, Andres Moles, Orsi Reich
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