- Fabienne Peter (Warwick): The Epistemic Circumstances of Democracy.
- Xavier Landes (Copenhagen): The Normative Foundations of (Social) Insurance: Technology, Social Practice and Political Philosophy.
- Noelle McAfee (Emory): The Affective Dimensions of Public Will Formation.
- Oscar Garza (Bath): From the Idea of Justice to the Idea of Injustice: Mixing the Ideal, Non-Ideal and Dynamic Conceptions of Injustice.
- Miodrag A. Jovanovic (Belgrade): A Justification of “Militant Democracy”: Moral Truths and the Game-Like Character of Democracy.
- Ayelet Shachar (Toronto) and Rainer Baubock (EUI): Should Citizenship Be for Sale?
- Chris Armstrong (Southampton): Natural Resources: The Demands of Equality.
- Candice Delmas (Clemson): Samaritanism and Political Legitimacy.
- Jeremy Waldron (NYU): Accountability: Fundamental to Democracy.
- Liora Lazarus (Oxford): The Right to Security.
- Aaron Maltais (Stockholm): Political Obligations in a Sea of Tyranny and Crushing Poverty.
- From The Ethics Forum, a book symposium on Pablo Gilabert’s From Global Poverty to Global Equality: A Philosophical Exploration and Mathias Risse’s On Global Justice.
- From Crooked Timber, a book symposium on Joseph Carens’s The Ethics of Immigration.
- Epistemology and democracy: Robert B. Talisse and Scott F. Aikin are the dynamic duo of 3Quarksdaily, thinking about the social nature and political significance of argument.
- Chris Bertram on teaching Rawls after Piketty.
- Should we care about inequality? Let’s ask a philosopher — here is what the venerable Jean-Jacques Rousseau can tell us (and a “response” by Jean-Francois de Saint-Lambert).
- Theo Hobson on a series on Jean-Jacques Rousseau — as relevant as ever.
- Brian Leiter on hot topics in political philosophy: Is global justice still "hot", and if not, what is?
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Hot Topics in Political Philosophy (Omnivore)
From Bookforum's Omnivore blog, a collection of links on political philosophy with topics ranging from inequality to Thomas Piketty to Jean-Jacques Rousseau (on his continued relevance and his views on equality).