Disputationes 18 : May 06, 2021. Teams
Disputationes 17 : October 22, 2020. Teams
Disputationes 16 : February 20, 2020. Leiden
Jens van’t Klooster (Leuven) - A fair interest rate 11:00 - 11:30
Josette Daemen (Leiden) - Could Security Be a Metric of Distributive Justice? 11:30 - 12:00
Camille Pascal (Louvain-la-Neuve) – Listening in Deliberation: What Reasons Should We Listen to? 12:00 - 12:30
LUNCH 12:30 - 13:30
Bouke de Vries (Leuven) - Disability-accessible toilets: Some moral and political dilemmas 13:30 - 14:00
Tim Meijers (Leiden) - Justice and future generations: against arguments from generational overlap 14:00 - 14:30
Kevin Hartmann (Louvain-la-Neuve) - Automatic Adjustment Mechanisms in Pension System 14:30 - 15:00
BREAK 15:00 - 15:30
François Boucher (Leuven) - Migrants and national identity: Is there a duty to integrate? 15:30 - 16:00
Eamon Aloyo (Leiden) - The Ethics of Using Subjective Student Evalutions of Teaching in Instructor Personnel Decisions 16:00 - 16:30
Manuel Valente (Louvain-la-Neuve) - Female Earnings and Male Longevity: should egalitarians care about one but not the other? 16:30 - 17:00
Disputationes 15 : June 7, 2019, Leuven
Disputationes 14: October 3, 2018, LLN
10:15 - 10:30
10:30 - 10:50
Donald Bello Hut (KU Leuven)
What Does Deliberative Democracy Have to Say About Political Representation?
10:50 - 11:10
Sine Bagatur (U Leiden)
What Does Fairness in Trade Require? Do We Need a Difference Principle?
11:10 - 11:25
11:25 - 11:45
Manuel Valente (UCLouvain)
Should (Responsibility-Sensitive) Justice Require the Elimination of Gains from Good Luck?
11:45 - 13:30
13:30 - 13:50
Maria Mendez (U Glasgow)
How Does Personal Autonomy Justify Political Participation?
13:50 - 14:10
Donald Buglass (Glasgow)
The Significance of Global Justice in Agriculture
14:10 - 14:30
14:30 - 14:50
Delphine Irac (UCLouvain)
Is a Firm-Level Responsibility-Sensitive Wage Norm Acceptable?
14:50 - 15:10
Imke Maessen (U Leiden)
How Does the Recognition of the Validity of Law by Ordinary Citizens Relate to its Normative Effect?
15:10 - 15:30
Colin Rowe (KU Leuven)
Am I Always Responsible? Distinguishing Between Facilitating and Being Responsible
Convenors: Axel Gosseries (Hoover Chair, UCLouvain), Helder De Schutter (RIPPLE, KULeuven), Georgios Pavlakos (GLT, U Glasgow), Dorota Mokrosinska (CPP, U Leiden)
Disputationes 13: February 9, 2018, Leiden
Colin Rowe (Leuven) Who Stays and Who Goes? Can the EU Eject Seceding Regions?
Shierwin Agagen Cabunilas (Leuven) The Ethics of Hospitality in Mitigating injustices to Indigenous Peoples
Katarina Pitasse (Louvain-la-Neuve) Why we Need a Deliberative Strategy to listen More Carefully to the Poor: a Two-fold Defence
Dorota Mokrosinska (Leiden) Unauthorized Disclosures of Classified Information in the Media. A Question of Accountability
François Boucher (Leuven) Against Social Credit Scores: Friendship, Equality and Privacy
Camille Pascal (Louvain-la-Neuve) Should There be a Waiting Time Before People Get a Right to Vote?
Refia Kadayifci (Louvain-la-Neuve) How to Take the Separation of Powers Seriously in Climate Litigation?
Joachim Niewland (Leiden) The Right to Health: What about Ecological Determinants?
Disputationes 12: June 16, 2017, LLN
Louis Larue (UC Louvain) Bitcoin, between Injustice and Inefficiency
Aude Cefaliello (U Glasgow) A new Approach to the Occupational Health and Safety in the European Union
Andrei Poama (U Leiden) Social Injustice and the State's Authority to Punish
Refia Kadayifci (U Louvain) Discriminatory Treatment through Inaction
Nicolás Brando (KU Leuven) To be a Child: a Critical Assessment of Life-Stage Models of Childhood
Tarik Olcay (U Glasgow) The Organic Justification for Constitutional Unamendability
Sebastián Rudas (KU Leuven) Symbolic Religious Establishment and Domination
Margot Kersing (U Leiden) Perry on Political Authority: a Critique
Disputationes 11: January 20, 2017, Leuven
Disputationes 10: June 10, 2016, LLN
Anne-France Colla (Louvain), How does the inelasticity of the legal person’s situation impacts on the protection of her legitimate expectations?
George Pavlakos (Glasgow), The Proto-legal Relation: A Normative Compass in a Globalised World
Gregor Clunie (Glasgow), Adventures in elective austerity: recovering the constitutive neoliberal state.
Anne Polkamp (Leuven), Collective Harm and Causal Inefficacy: a Problem for the Consequentialist?
Lode Cossaer (Leuven)
Eric Boot (Leiden), Why classified Public Whistleblowing Is a pro tanto Wrong
Disputationes 9: December 11, 2015, Leuven
Axel Gosseries (UCLouvain), Ageing, longevity and intergenerational justice
Andrew Georgiou (U Antwerpen), When is the authority of international norms successful in establishing legitimate obligations?
Michael Jewkes (Leuven), What's wrong with opinion poll democracy?
Eric Boots (Leiden), Whistleblowing: when does a pro tanto wrong become right overall?
Irem Kirac (UA), The World Trade Organization and Legitimacy: Global Law, Democracy and Civil Society
Johan Olsthoorn (Leuven), What Mathias Risse gets wrong about Grotius
Georgia du Plessis (UA), Religious Pluralism and Taylor’s politics of recognition
Tim Meijers (UCL), Closed Borders as a population policy?
Disputationes 8: June 12, 2015, Antwerpen
Samuele Chilovi (Antwerpen/Pompeu Fabra), “The Semantics of 'According to the law’”
Maxime Lambrecht (Louvain-la-Neuve), “The Danger of Law Enforcement by Technical Means”
Danielle Schwartz (Louvain-la-Neuve), “Does the French "Generation Contract" Violate Fair Equality of Opportunities?”
Sergi Morales (Leuven), “Just Common Sense: Towards a Republican Theory of Linguistic Justice”
Helder De Schutter (Leuven), “The Wrong of Apartheid”
Floris Mansvelt-Beck (Leiden), “Toleration, Freedom of Expression, and the PEN-Award Protest”
Luo Yizhong (Leiden), ”Political Obligation as a Perversion: On Raz’s Theory of Moral Attitude towards the Law”
Disputationes 7: December 19, 2014, Leiden
Siba Harb (KUL) The fairness principle: when can we appeal to it?
Luo Yizhong (UL) I Should Not be a Free Rider, nor am I Obligated to Obey
Martin Deleixhe (KUL) Kant and Marx walk into a bar. A dialogue between cosmopolitanism & internationalism
Richard Latta (UA) On the Philosophy of International Law
Tim Meijers (UCL) Migrants by Plane and Migrants by Stork: can we exclude one but not the other?
Floris Mansvelt Beck (UL) The Direction of Constraints in Liberal Theory
Danielle Zwarthoed (UCL) Social Justice and the Determinants of Intelligence
Ozge Akarsu (UA) On Spinoza’s political philosophy
Disputationes 6: December 6, 2013, LLN
Tria Gkouvas (Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values, Faculty of Law, University of Antwerp) ‘Authority and Coercion: An Explanatory Gap’
Tim Meijers (PhD-fellow UCL) ‘Is the leximin rule anti-natalist?’
Esma Baycan (PhD-fellow Leuven/Bilkent) ‘Rethinking social cohesion alongside immigration’
Floris Mansvelt Beck (University of Leiden) 'Conscience, autonomy, and the moral value of groups in contemporary liberal theory'
Sebastian Baldinger (Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values, Faculty of Law, University of Antwerp) ‘Understanding Laws and the Laws of Understanding’
Danielle Zwarthoed (Hoover Fellow UCL) ‘Creating Frugal Citizens. Education, intergenerational justice and liberalism.’
Mathijs van de Sande (PhD-fellow Leuven) ‘Zwarte Piet and Racism’
Disputationes 5: June 7, 2013, Leuven
HAYE HAZENBERG (Leuven): The Legitimacy of International Law: a Kantian solution
CENAY AKIN (Antwerp): On the Responsibility of Corporate Bodies
THOMAS FERRETTI (Louvain): Why and to what extent are we justified to restrict or regulate freedom of association?
TRIA GKOUVAS (Antwerp): Enforceability Without Authority? Yes, We Can!
JOHAN OLSTHOORN (Leuven): The Labour Theory of Property as a Principle of Distributive Justice
Disputationes 4: November, 29, 2012, Antwerpen
Juliana Bidadanure (Univ. of York/UCL- Hoover Chair Visitor), Which inequalities between generations matter?
Erik De Bom (FWO Postdoctoral Fellow, KU Leuven), Do we need a Lingua Franca for European Social Justice?
Thierry Ngosso (UCL - Hoover Chair Member/UCAC - CERJUSP), Can a Firm be considered as First Agents of Justice?
Sarah Stefanutti (FWO PhD Fellow, KU Leuven), Challenging the Sacred Principle that We Must All Pay Our Debts: A Case for Debt Forgiveness.
Corrado Roversi (Professor of Law, University of Bologna/ UA-LCV Visitor)
Antonino Rotolo (Professor of Law, University of Bologna/UA-LCV Visitor)
Interpreting Legal Concepts as Systems of Constitutive Rules
Disputationes 3: June 14, 2012, LLN
Piet Goemans (PhD student, Ripple, KU Leuven) - Nations and Their Territory?
Alexia Herwig (postdoctoral fellow, CLCV - UA) - Subsidiarity
Thomas Ferretti (Hoover Chair, UCL - CRSH PhD Fellow) - Why should we regulate firm structure from a Rawlsian perspective? An argument about incentives
Haye Hazenberg (FWO PhD Fellow, Ripple, KU Leuven) - Human Rights Agency in Global JusticeMarco
Goldoni (postdoctoral fellow, CLCV - UA) - The Role of Parliaments in the EU
Tim Meijers (Hoover Chair, UCL – ARC PhD Fellow) - The scope of procreative rights
Disputationes 2: September 15, 2011, Leuven
Tim Meijers (UCL): Is There a Rawlsian “just population” Principle?
Michael Jewkes (K.U.Leuven): On the Need For Nationality
Jean-François Grégoire (K.U.Leuven): A Republican Argument for Federalism
Nicholas Vrousalis (UCL): Exploitation, Force, and Fairness
Axel Gosseries (UCL): Two Arguments on Firm Ownership
Crispino Akakpo (K.U.Leuven): Global justice and the harm principle: what special responsibilities are owed to immigrants?
Helder De Schutter (K.U.Leuven): Mandatory Citizenship for Immigrants
Disputationes 1: March 12, 2010, LLN
Sylvie Loriaux (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Alexia Herwig (Alexia.Herwig2@ua.ac.be), Trade in Services and Labour: How to Make Opportunities Equal?
John Pearson (CLCV), David Miller and Global Justice: Two Concepts of Exploitation?
David Restrepo Amariles (email@example.com) (Centre Perelman), Constitutionalizing Global Law : A normative theory of law in times of Globalization
Igor Caldeira (Chaire Hoover), Bargaining Societies: a bridge between Hayek’s legal theory and Stakeholder theory
Nicholas Vrousalis (Chaire Hoover), Between Triviality and Insensitivity : Against the Will Theory of Rights