[MaFLa] meghívó: David Miller (Oxford)

Hörcher Ferenc horcher.ferenc at btk.ppke.hu
Sat Feb 4 07:15:51 CET 2017


Az MTA BTK Filozófiai Intézete tisztelettel meghívja Önt

David Miller politikai filozófus (Oxford) 

előadására

"Our Responsibilities to Refugees" címmel.

Az előadás ideje: 2017. február 4 (szombat) (MA!), délelőtt 9.30
Az előadás helye: MTA Könyvtár, (ARANY JÁNOS 1, 1051 BUDAPEST) 

Az előadás része az MTA BTK Filozófiai Intézete és a Közép-Európai Egyetem 
közös konferenciájának, melynek címe: Philosophy of Borders. Nations, States and Immigration.

A további program: 

10.45-12.15: Borders as boundaries
Chair: Csaba Olay (Eötvös Loránd University)

Ferenc Hörcher (HAS): The meaning of the city wall in the European tradition
David Lloyd Dusenbury (University of Leuven): Utopia’s borders. Is it necessary to isolate a perfect city?
Timothy Tambassi (University of Bucharest): Beyond Bona-Fide and Fiat Boundaries. Geography, Taxonomies and Normativity
Martin Deleixhe (Université de Saint-Louis, Bruxelles): Foucault and Schmitt’s conflicting views on borders (or why we should drop Agamben’s concept of biopolitical sovereignty)
12.15-12.30: Coffee break

12.30-14.00: Immigration in democratic theory
Chair: David Miller (Oxford University)

Georgiana Turculet (CEU): Miller on the least discussed migration policies affecting refugees. The Syrian case
Norbert Paulo (University of Salzburg): Migration and the limits of democracy
Dóra Kis-Jakab (HAS): Ideal theory’s borders
Miodrag Jovanovic (University of Belgrade): How to Normatively Theorize Immigration? Demographic Politics in a Liberal Democracy
14.00-15.00: Lunch break

15.00-16.30: Refugees and institutionalized solidarity
Chair: Dóra Kis-Jakab (HAS)

Konstantinos Papageorgiou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens): Justice and solidarity towards refugees
Rutger Birnie (European University Institute): Liberal democracy and just deportations
James Draper (University of Reading): Disaggregating climate migration
Milla Emilia Vaha (University of Turku): A human right to the state? Climate change, state-extinction and the Small Island States
Tally Kritzman Amir (College of Law and Business, Israel): Mass Influx
16.30-16.45: Coffee break

16.45-18.00: The phenomenology of boundaries
Chair: Ferenc Hörcher (HAS)

Csaba Olay (Eötvös Loránd University): Implicit regional and explicit national identity
Christopher Szabla (Cornell University): August Wilhelm Heffter’s liberal cosmopolitanism: Freedom of movement in nineteenth century jurisprudence
Carl Cederberg (Södertörn University): Refugees, rights and responsibility

Mindenkit szeretettel várunk!





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