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Program

The workshop will be organized over two-and-a-half days from the 4th to the 6th of June 2018. It will include one public lecture and a series of presentations with attendant commentaries. After a peer-review process, a selection of papers accepted for the conference will be considered for publication in an edited volume to be published after the conference.

Monday, June 4, 2018

10:00 – 10:30:     Presentation: Lukas Meyer (University of Graz)

10:30 – 12:00:     Timothy Waligore (Pace University)

                            Superseding Sovereignty and Legitimacy?

12:00 – 13:40:     Lunch

13:40 – 14:55:      Gordon Christie (The University of British Columbia)

                            The Supersession of Indigenous Understandings of Justice, Law and
Morals

14:55 – 15:10:     Break

15:10 – 16:30:      Jeff Spinner-Halev (University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill)

                            Slaying the Leviathan:  Limits on Responsibility for Historical Injustice

16:30 – 17:30:     Break

17:30 – 18:30       Public Lecture by Jeremy Waldron (New York University)

                            Philosophical Foundations of Immigration Law

                            Room: HS 02.11 (Universitätsplatz 2)

 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

09:00 – 10:20:     Andrei Marmor (Cornell University)

                            My Land is Your Land: On the tension between Restitution and
                            Immigration

10:20 – 10:35:    Break

10:35 – 11:55:     Seunghyun Song (University of Graz)

                            Superseding linguistic injustice? Conflicts in what
linguistic justice demands

11:55 – 13:30:    Lunch

13:30 – 14:45:     Santiago Truccone Borgogno (University of Graz)
                            Supersession thesis and the claim about sensitivity to circumstances

14:45 – 15:00:    Break

15:00 – 16:20:     Daniel Butt (University of Oxford)
Supersession, corrective justice, and the ongoing agency of wrongdoers

16:20 – 16:35:    Break

16:35 – 17:55:     Julio Montero (University of Buenos Aires)
What are indigenous peoples owed by their colonizers?
Self-government, territorial rights and justice

19:00:                  Reception: Orangerie in the Graz Burggarten, Hofgasse 15

 

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

09:00 – 10:20:     Burke Hendrix (University of Oregon)
Supersession, Constitutional Law, and Unavoidable Inequalities:
Neither Nozick nor Rawls

10:20 – 10:35:    Break

10:35 – 11:55:     Amy Hondo (Princeton University)

                            Persistence Over Time: Looking Forward to Injustice

11:55 – 12:15:    Break

12:15 – 13:45:    Jeremy Waldron (New York University)

                            Reply to critics      

13:45 – 15:00:    Lunch: Restaurant „zum weißen Kreuz“

 

Sponsored by: FWF, Land Steiermark, Stadt Graz, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz Büro für Internationale Beziehungen & Forschungsmanagement- und Service, Gesellschaft für analytische Philosophie, Büro des Landeshauptmanns Steiermark

Project Offices

Doctoral Candidates and Post-Doc

Santiago Truccone Borgogno
Seung Hyun Song
Timothy Waligore

Heinrichstraße 26/VI, Room 72

Student Project Assistants

Lena Remich
Gunter Schüßler
Klemens Wieringer

Heinrichstraße 26/VI, Room 10

Project Management

Mag.phil.

Kanita Kovacevic

Institut für Philosophie

Attemsgasse 25

Phone:+43 316 380 - 2299
Fax:+43 (0)316 380 - 9705

Mo-Fr 9.00-12.00

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