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12th Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy 18

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12th Graduate Conference
in Political Philosophy
18-19 September 2014
Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Pavia
Sponsored by
North-West Italy Ph.D. Philosophy Consortium (FINO)
(Compagnia di S. Paolo, Torino).
Under the joint patronage of the Italian Society for Political Philosophy (SIFP) and the Italian
Society for Analytic Philosophy (SIFA)
All plenary and parallel sessions will take place at the Department of Political and Social
Sciences, University of Pavia, Corso Strada Nuova 65
Programme
18/09/2014
9-9.30
9.30-11
Registration: Aula Grande
Plenary Session (Aula Grande)
Chair: Ian Carter (Università di Pavia)
Carla Bagnoli (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia)
Gaslighting: The Case of Epistemic Oppression
11-11.30
11.30-13
Coffee Break: Aula Leoni
1. Models of Democracy (Aula Grande)
Chair: Chiara Testino (Università di Pavia)
Jelena Belic (Central European University) Fusing Galaxy of
Countable Possibilities: The Principle of Affectedness and Political
Equality
Michael Bennett (University of York) The Instrumental and
Epistemic Value of Deliberation
Con il contributo della Compagnia di San Paolo
2. G.A. Cohen on Socialism (Sala CASIP)
Chair: Federico Zuolo (Università di Pavia)
Alfred Archer (University of Edinburgh) Community, Pluralism
and Individualistic Pursuits: A Defence of Why Not Socialism?
Thomas Parr (University of Warwick) Moral Personhood and
Freedom of Occupational Choice: A Rawlsian Reply to G.A.
Cohen?
13-14.30
14.30-16
Lunch Break: Aula Leoni
3.Equality, Property and Power (Aula Grande)
Chair: Pamela Pansardi (Università di Pavia)
Jack Holme (University of Manchester) Freedom, Equality,
Property: A Three Dimensional Account
Katy Wells (University of Oxford) Egalitarianism and Control of
the Economy
4. Methodological Issues (Sala CASIP)
Chair: Marianna Bindi (Università di Pavia)
Luca Costa (FINO/Università di Genova) Are We Rule-Following
Punishers?
Greta Favara (Università di Milano) Abstraction and
Idealization: An Irrelevant and Misguiding Methodological Divide
16-16.30
16.30-18.30
Coffee Break: Aula Leoni
5. Democratic Theory (Aula Grande)
Chair: Francesco Chiesa (University of South Wales/Università di
Pavia)
Pierre-Etienne Vandamme (Université de Louvain) The
Justificatory Vote
Christine Hobden (Nuffield College, University of Oxford)
Democracies, Their Citizens, and Global Justice
Svenja Ahlhaus (University of Hamburg) The Boundary
Problem of the Demos
6. Rights and Duties (Sala CASIP)
Chair: Selina O’Doherty (University of South Wales/Università di
Milano)
Piet Goemans (FINO/Università di Pavia) Political Liberalism
and Group Rights
Nicolás Brando (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) How
Stringent is our Duty to Reduce Global Poverty?
20.00
Conference Dinner: Osteria della Madonna da Peo, Via dei Liguri, 28
19/09/2014
9.30-11
7. Justice and its Limits (Aula Grande)
Chair: Chiara Testino (Università di Pavia)
Isabella Trifan (University of Bucharest) Parental Justice:
Fairness and Intentionality
Annemarije Hagen (FINO) Can Secularism Be Neutral? A
Critical Examination of Religious Neutrality
8. Non-Ideal Theory and Path-Dependence (Sala CASIP)
Chair: Federico Zuolo (Università di Pavia)
Ali Emre Benli (LUISS, Roma) Problem of Authority-Theorizing
Justice and Guiding Public Policy
Christopher Bennett (University of Warwick) Path-Dependence
and Rawls’ s Just Savings Principle
11-11.30
11.30-13
Coffee Break: Aula Leoni
Plenary Session (Aula Grande)
Chair: Emanuela Ceva (Università di Pavia)
Thomas Christiano (University of Arizona)
Democracy, Migration and International Institutions
13-14.30
Lunch Break: Aula Leoni
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