First PERSP Legal Philosophy Workshop. Cambridge, 5-6 July 2012

 First PERSP Legal Philosophy Workshop

July 5th and 6th, 2012

Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge

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REGISTRATION: Participation is free, but if you would like to attend please do let us know (perspworkshop@gmail.com) until 2 July so that adequate provision can be made

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PROGRAMME:

THURSDAY 5 JULY

09h30-11h10: Kevin Toh (San Francisco), ‘Perspectival normative discourses of law and fictions’

11h30-13h10: Corrado Roversi (Bologna), ‘Five kinds of perspectives of institutional phenomena’

14h20-16h00: Robert Mullins (Oxford), ‘Relativism, centered worlds, and the legal point of view’

16h20-18h00: Triantafyllos Gkouvas (Antwerp), ‘Resisting perspectivalism about law’

FRIDAY 6 JULY

09h30-11h10: Ralf Poscher (Freiburg), ‘The common error in theories of adjudication’

11h30-13h10: Bruce Chapman (Toronto), ‘Defeasible rules, interpersonal accountability, and

the second-personal point of view’

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Draft papers now available for download from http://workshop-persp.blogspot.com/

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Organised by Jordi Ferrer (Girona), José Juan Moreso (Barcelona), Luís Duarte d’Almeida (Girona and Cambridge), and Matthew H. Kramer (Cambridge)

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Sponsored by: The Consolider-Ingenio Persp Project (WPS3) (http://www.ub.edu/persp/); the Cambridge Forum for Legal and Political Philosophy (http://www.cflpp.law.cam.ac.uk/); the CCCOM (Communication in Context) Project (http://www.cccom.ut.ee/).

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For more information, please contact perspworkshop@gmail.com or visit http://workshop-persp.blogspot.com/

Type of event: 
Workshop
Date: 
Thu, 2012-07-05 - Fri, 2012-07-06
Place: 
Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge