Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law Workshop
Video workshop co-organisé par la Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentine) et la Chaire Hoover
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales Department (Argentina) & Chaire Hoover
Mardi 31 mars 2015
Session 1 - chair D. Zwarthoed
15.00 Cristián Fatauros (Cordoba): “Why The `Ability to Pay´ Principle is not Enough: Taxation Should Aim to Preserve Background Justice”
15.20 Pierre-Etienne Vandamme (UCL): Rescuing Impartiality from Constructivism
15.40 Gonzalo Olmedo (Cordoba): "Beneficiaries or Included Citizens? Conditional Cash Transfer Programs in Argentina"
16.00 coffee break
Session 2 - chair C. Fatauros
16.10 Danielle Zwarthoed (UCL): The Ethics of Replacement Migration
16.30 Santiago Truccone (Cordoba): “Law, Morality and the Non-Identity Problem: Notes about the Harm Principle”
16.50 Daniele Santoro (Luiss University): "Constitutional Rights and Government Secrecy: Prospects for democratic Therory"
17.10 Ercilia Adén (Cordoba): “Human Right to Democracy and Humanitarian Interventions”
17.30 conclusions, feedbacks and prospects for future collaborations
The Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the National University of Córdoba and the Chaire Hoover of the Catholic University of Louvain invite the academic community and students to participate in the 2nd Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law Workshop to be held November 30 at 14h (Belgium time), or 9am (Cordoba, Argentina). The event will be carried out via videoconference in English.
• 10 minutes for presentations.
• 10 minutes for commentaries.
• 10 minutes for questions.
14h-14h30: “International democratic legitimacy. An analysis of the Thomas Christiano's liberal proposal” by Ercilia Adén (National University of Córdoba). Comments by Rita V. D’Oliveira Bouman
14h30-15h: “Bringing Freedom and Well-being to Climate Change Discourse - An ethical approach to co-benefits rationale” by Rita V. D’Oliveira Bouman (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Comments by TBD (UNC)
15:00-15:30: Cyberspace: the Revival of the State of Nature or a New Form of Social Contract? by Lucas Misseri (National University of La Plata). Comments by Danielle Zwarthoed
15:30-16:00: “An autonomy-based argument for limitarianism” by Danielle Zwarthoed (UClouvain). Comments by Lucas Misseri.
16:00-16:30: Coffee Break
16:30-17:00: “Why can Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) programs be necessary for reducing poverty?” by Nazi Parsadanishvili (Tbilisi State University). Comments by Gonzalo Olmedo
17:00-17:30: “Opportunity NYC Demonstrations: Will Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Work Everywhere?” by Gonzalo Olmedo (Catholic University of Córdoba). Comments by Nazi Parsadanishvili
17:30-18:00: “Conditional cash transfer or Basic Income? - An introduction to the debate” by Katarina Pitasse Fragoso (UClouvain). Comments by Cristián Fatauros.
18:00-18:30: “When regressive taxes are unfair. A philosophical inquiry of consumption taxes in Argentina” by Cristián Fatauros (National University of Córdoba). Comments by Katarina Pitasse Fragoso (UCL)
18:30-18:45: Meeting adjourned. Feedback and prospects for future collaboration.