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1 14th Annual Conference th - 13th September Programme and Information

2 Timetable Session Room HBS G.6 HSSC HSSC HSSC HSSC HBS G.7 Cordingley TCL TCL TCL TCL HBS G.32 VRPT VRPT VRPT HBS G.33 VPPE VPPE VPPE VPPE Hanson CLDS CLDS CLDS CLDS HBS G.34 CA CA CA HBS G.35 RN LNO LNO LNO HBS 1.69 SLJ SLJ SLJ HBS 1.70 GFS GFS GFS P Phil Meeting MEER MEER MEER Room ALB G.016 CMW CMW CMW ALB G.017 PED PED PED ALB G.018 LC LC ALB G.019 EC EC EC EC ALB G.030 OR OR NPP NPP ALB G.031 CPT CPT CPT CPT ALB G.036 DF BH BH BH ALB TPR TPR TPR TPR ALB NIEJ NIEJ NIEJ NIEJ ALB RN RN RN ALB FKDP FKDP ALB GAO GAO GAO ALB FIO FIO DPPT DPPT DPPT ALB ARIT ARIT ARIT

3 Contents Timetable Overview and Room Locations 2-3 Assessing the Relevance of Ideal Theory (ARIT) 4 Bio-Hackers, Home Made Cyborgs and Body Modifications (BH) 5 Change of Law in a Democratic State (CLDS) 6 Collective Agents and Global Structural Injustice (CA) 7 Collectivism in the Morality of War (CMW) 8 Confucian Political Theory (CPT) 9 Democratic Politics in the Post-Truth Era (DPPT) 10 Digitalisation and the Future of Democratic Theory (DF) 11 Environmental Citizenship and Individual Responsibility (EC) 12 Facts and Knowledge in Democratic Politics (FKDP) 13 From Is to Ought Beyond the State and Capitalism (FIO) 14 Group Agency: Ontology and Implications (GAO) 15 Human Solidarity, Sentiment, and Cosmopolitan Justice (HSSC) 16 Legitimacy in Context (LC) 17 Liberal Neutrality and Oppression (LNO) 18 Moral Equality and Equal Respect (MEER) 19 New Ideas in Economic Justice (NIEJ) 20 Non-Paradigmatic Punishments (NPP) 21 Relating to Nature (RN) 22 The Good Family and the State (GFS) 23 The October Revolution 100 Years On (OR) 24 The Politics of Ethics and Disenfranchisement (PED) 25 The Substance of Linguistic Justice (SLJ) 26 Theories of Public Reason (TPR) 27 Toleration and the Challenges to Liberalism (TCL) 28 Value Pluralism and Public Ethics (VPPE) 29 Vocations of Realist Political Theory (VRPT) 30 Contact List 31 MANCEPT Workshops Organising Team and Helpers 36 Ideas of Places to Dine 37 1

4 Overview Room ALB Acrony m ARIT # Sessions Panel Title Convenors 1 M 2 T 3T 4 W 5W Assessing the Relevance of Ideal Theory ALB G.036 BH Bio-Hackers, Home Made Cyborgs and Body Modifications HBS Hanson CLDS Change of Law in a Democratic State HBS G.34 CA Collective Agents and Global Structural Injustice Chetan Cetty, Pierce Randal Joe Roberts, David Lawrence Maciej Chmieliński, Michał Rupniewski Leonie Smith, Christina Friedlaender ALB G.016 CMW Collectivism in the Morality of War ALB G.031 CPT Confucian Political Theory Saba Bazargan-Forward Baldwin Wong, Larry Lai, Elton Chan ALB ALB G.036 DPPT DF Democratic Politics in the Post- Truth Era Digitalisation and the Future of Democratic Theory Simon Kaye, Clayton Chin Alexander Weiß, Karoline Helbig ALB G.019 EC Environmental Citizenship and Individual Responsibility ALB FKDP Facts and Knowledge in Democratic Politics ALB FIO From Is to Ought Beyond the State and Capitalism ALB GAO Group Agency: Ontology and Implications HBS G.6 HSSC Human Solidarity, Sentiment, and Cosmopolitan Justice ALB G.018 LC Legitimacy in Context HBS G.35 LNO Liberal Neutrality and Oppression Christian Baatz, Laura Garcia-Portela, Lieske Voget-Kleschin Andrew Reid Andrew Fassett, Chell Mann Brian Flanagan Kerri Woods, Joshua Hobbs Chiara Destri, Ilaria Cozzaglio, Greta Favara Elizabeth Edenberg, Emily McGill-Rutherford HBS Philosophy Meeting Room ALB ALB G.030 HBS G.35 (1) ALB (2-4) MEER NIEJ NPP RN Moral Equality and Equal Giacomo Floris Respect New Ideas in Economic Justice Mark Reiff Non-Paradigmatic Punishments Bill Wringe, Helen Brown Coverdale Relating to Nature Anna Wienhues 2

5 # Sessions Room Acronym Panel Title Convenors 1 M 2 T 3T 4 W 5W HBS 1.70 ALB G.030 ALB G.017 GFS OR PED The Good Family and the State The October Revolution 100 Years On The Politics and Ethics of Disenfranchisement HBS 1.69 SLJ The Substance of Linguistic Justice ALB TPR Theories of Public Reason Cordingley TCL Toleration and the Challenges to Liberalism HBS G.33 VPPE Value Pluralism and Public Ethics Daniela Cutas, Kalle Grill Mark Cowling Andrei Poama, Tom Theuns Matteo Bonotti Areti Theofilopoulou, Julia Netter Johannes Drerup, Gottfried Schweiger Derek Edyvane, Demetris Tillyris HBS G.32 VRPT Vocations of Realist Political Theory Gulsen Seven, Ferenc Hörcher Key: Sessions: 1 M=1 Monday, 2T=2 Tuesday, 3T=3 Tuesday, 4W=4 Wednesday, 5W=5 Wednesday 3

6 Assessing the Relevance of Ideal Theory (ARIT) Convenors: Chetan Cetty Pierce Randall Session 1 (ALB 4.050) Models and Contexts: Toward a Non-Ideal Theory of Deliberative Democracy Marcin Zgiep (University of Warsaw) The Full Compliance Assumption Pierce Randall (University of Pennsylvania) The Ideal Background Objection Naima Chahboun (Stockholm University) Session 2 (ALB 4.050) Nonideal Justice as Nonideal Fairness Marcus Arvan (University of Tampa) Defending Demanding Requirements Chetan Cetty (University of Pennsylvania) Ideal Theory, Epistemic Access, and the Values of Justice Matthew Adams (University of Virginia) Session 3 (ALB 4.050) Theorizing over What? The Core-Case as the Foundation of Ideal Theory and the Problem of Public Policy Theory for Non-Core-Cases Jorge Sanchez Perez (McMaster University) Nonideal Theory, Action-Guidance, and the Evaluation of Moral Failures Michael Barnes (Georgetown) Roundtable Discussion 4

7 Bio-Hackers, Home Made Cyborgs and Body Modifications: A New Frontier for Ethics and Policy (BH) Convenors: Joseph Roberts David Lawrence Session 2 (ALB G.036) Legalizing and regulating Body Modification The Duties of Practitioners Joseph Roberts (University of Manchester) Hacker Ethics for Cyborg Appliances Robert Seddon (Durham University) Can the Cutaneous Barrier be the Ultimate Ethical Barrier Against So-Called Enhancement? Ruffo Marie-des-Neges (Université de Namur) Session 4 (ALB G.036) Theseus Cyborg: Humanity, Self-Modification, and Significance David Lawrence (University of Newcastle) Autonomy and Agency in Deep Brain Simulation Patient Experiences and ELSI Challenges Anna Pacholczyk (University of Bristol) Bio-Hacking Plants: Challenges and Potential of Being Human Marco Bernardini (Independent Researcher) Session 5 (ALB G.036) Everyday Cyborgs & Advancing Biotechnology: Challenging Legal, Ethical, & Conceptual Boundaries? Muireann Quigley and Semande Ayihongbe (Newcastle Law School) Incorporation, Enhancement, Inequality Sean Aas (Georgetown University) Roundtable Discussion 5

8 (CLDS) Convenors: Maciej Chmieliński Michal Rupniewski Session 1 (HBS Hanson) Changing Sources of Law Challenges of Legal Pluralism to Concepts of Sovereignty and Legitimacy Eva Weiler (Universität Duisburg-Essen) Petrifying, Disregarding or Reforming the Custom: Can Customary Law Be Changed in a Liberal Way? Marc Goetzmann (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis) W.E.B. Du Bois on Democracy and Dissent in the Jim Crow Era Elvira Basevich (University of Michigan, Dearborn) Session 2 (HBS Hanson) Security from Islamist terrorism: Locke versus Hobbes = Liberty versus Tyranny? Ian Turner (University of Central Lancashire) Legal Determinism or/and Legal Voluntarism? Maciej Chmieliński (University of Lodz) Natural Law against Natural Rights in Alasdair MacIntyre s Thought Kamil Aksiuto (Maria Curie-Sklodowska University) Session 3 (HBS Hanson) Human Rights: Change not Rationalization Stephen Riley Public Reason, Background Culture, and the Justification of Change of Law Michał Rupniewski (University of Lodz) The Swiss Civil Code of 10 December Legal Voluntarism, People s Will, or Both? Maria Lewandowicz (University of Gdansk) Session 4 (HBS Hanson) Standards of Law Making as a Part of Normative Space in the Post-Modern Democratic States. The Question of Justification and Legitimacy of Law. Tadeusz Biernat (Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University) The New UK Coercive Control Statute: An Example of Excessive Legislation? Melissa Hamilton (University of Surrey/ University of Texas) Why Social Law? Natalia Danilkina (Radboud University Nijmegen) 6

9 (CA) Convenors: Christina Friedlaender Leonie Smith Session 3 (HBS G.34) Explaining Moral Responsibility for Structurally Produced Harms Mattias Gunnemyr (Lund University) Exploitation and Joint Action Andras Szigeti (University of Gothenburg) and Erik Malmqvist (University of Linköping) On Political Affordances: Eco-Cognitive Constraints on Joint Action, Value Foreclosure, and the Duty to Organize Christina Friedlaender (The University of Memphis) Session 4 (HBS G.34) Who is Remedially Responsible for the Harms Caused by the Global Community in the Case of Global Poverty? Leonie Smith (University of Manchester) Refugee Injustice: Two Kinds of Collective, Two Kinds of Responsibility Stephanie Collins (University of Manchester) Session 5 (HBS G.34) Collectivization Duties: Identifying the Duty-Bearers for Addressing Global Structural Injustices Niels de Haan (University of Vienna) The Duties Imposed by the Right to Have Rights Elizabeth Ashford (University of St Andrews) Addressing Structural Injustice in Schooling: Parental Responsibilities for Political Collective Action Lauri Ojalehto (University of Helsinki) 7

10 (CMW) Convenor: Saba Bazargan-Forward Session 1 (ALB G.016) Harming Mere Members James Goodrich (Rutgers University) A Dilemma for Revisionism Lu-Vada Navigating Just War Theory: In Defence of the Collective Ahn Le (University of Manchester) Attacker threatens Victim: The Revisionist Myth A.M. Cawston (Tilburg University) Session 2 (ALB G.016) Toward a Collectivist National Defense Jeremy Davis (University of Toronto) Is the Citizenry the State? Stephanie Collins (University of Manchester) Combatants, Asymmetrical Combatants, or Criminal Civilians David Barnes (USMA, West Point) Session 3 (ALB G.016) Collective Responsibility, Institutional Roles and War Seumas Miller (Delft University of Technology, and Centre for Applied Ethics and Public Ethics (CAPPE) in Australia) Reductive Individualism, Combined Justification, and Complicitous Liability Aidan Penn (University of Oxford) Reductive Individualism and Healthcare Justice for Unjust Combatants Blake Hereth (University of Washington-Seattle) 8

11 Confucian Political Theory (CPT) Convenors: Elton Chan Larry Lai Baldwin Wong Session 2 (ALB G.031) Equality or Hierarchy? Toward a Confucian Perspective Joseph Chan (The University of Hong Kong) Moral Desert and Political Meritocracy: A Comparative Perspective Antonio Di Baggio (University of St Andrews) Beyond Populism and Authoritarianism: Is Chinese Meritocracy an Antidote to the Western Populist Crisis? Xiao Ouyang (Communication University of China) Session 3 (ALB G.031) Must Confucianism Reject Neutrality in Political Justification? --On Kim's Public Reason Confucianism and the Insincerity Critique Baldwin Wong (Chinese University, Hong Kong) Confucianism and Multivariate Democracy in East Asia Zhuoyao Li (Boston College) Session 4 (ALB G.031) To Be Authentic: Zhu Xi and a Confucian Theory of Rights Jingcai Ying (University of Virginia) Mencius and the New Confucian Pursuit of Democracy Larry Lai (University of Hong Kong) Rejecting Dirty Hands: The Historical Commentary of Wang Fuzhi Elton Chan (Yale-NUS College) Session 5 (ALB G.031) Confucian Values and Resources for Justice May Sim (College of the Holy Cross) Before Benevolence: The Esoteric Quality of Gentlemanliness in Confucian Leadership Matthew Dahl (University of Notre Dame) 9

12 Democratic Politics in the Post-Truth Era (DPPT) Convenors: Clayton Chin Simon Kaye Session 3 (ALB 3.040) Post-Truth and Democratic Authority Opening Comments and Introductions Clayton Chin (University of Melbourne) and Simon Kaye (King s College London) Post-impartiality and Scientism Clayton Chin (University of Melbourne) and Simon Kaye (King s College London) The Providential Fact of Post-Truth Democracy: Tocqueville s Fearful Forecast for Truth and Authority in the Democratic Age Sarah Wilford (King s College London) Session 4 (ALB 3.040) Expertise and Democracy Anti-Vaccination in the Trump Era: Mistrust of Experts and the Promise of Democracy Naomi Scheinerman (Yale University) Have We Had Enough of Experts? Alfred Moore (Cambridge University) Session 5 (ALB 3.040) Truth, Propaganda, and the History of Ideas From Saving Truth from Politics to Saving Truth Through Politics: Considerations on Generativity in the Post- Truth Era Clementina Gentile Fusillo (University of Warwick) The End of Truth: Political Ignorance, Knowledge, and Opinion in 21st Century Democracy Philip Parvin (Loughborough University) Final Roundtable/Discussion Time 10

13 Digitalisation and the Future of Democratic Theory (DF) Convenors: Alexander Weiß Karoline Helbig Session 1 (ALB G.036) MANCEPT Workshops 2017 Democratic Theory and the Digital Challenge Alexander Weiss, PhD (Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg) The Implications of Algorithmic Influence for Democratic Theory Karoline Helbig, M. A. (Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg) Developing a Conceptual Framework for Digital Media and Women s Empowerment: A Communication Paradigm Xiao Han (Communication University of China, Beijing) Global Informational Conditions for Politics with a Republican Intent Daniel Kuchler (Free University of Berlin) 11

14 (EC) Convenors: Christian Baatz Laura Garcia-Portela Lieske Voget-Kleschin Session 1 (ALB G.019) A Fair Share Argument for Individual Duties Regarding Climate Change Christian Baatz and Lieske Voget-Kleschin (Kiel University) Inconsequentialism, Complicity and Individual Fossil Fuel Consumption Corey Katz (The Ohio State University) Via Skype A Virtue Ethics Account of Individual Contributions to Global Environmental Problems Paul Knights (University of Manchester) Session 2 (ALB G.019) Exploring Individual Responsibility for Protecting Other People s Human Rights. Derek Bell (University of Newcastle), Joanne Swaffield (University of Newcastle), and Wouter Peeters (University of Birmingham) How New are the New harms? Global Environmental Problems and Individual Common-Sense Morality Wouter Peeters (University of Birmingham) Are Individual Environmental Duties Bad for the Environment? Stijn Neuteleers (University of Louvain) Session 3 (ALB G.019) Environmental Citizenship and Personalized Political Participation Karijn Van Den Berg (Aberystwyth University) Ecological Citizenship: A Driver for Compensatory Climate Duties. Laura García-Portela (University of Valencia) Discussion: Links and Tensions Between Individual Responsibility, Environmental Citizenship and Social Practice Theory Approaches Session 4 (ALB G.019) Consumption as Inconspicuous and Normal Social Practice Theory as Challenging Individual Responsibility? Lieske Voget-Kleschin (Kiel University) Via Skype 12

15 Facts and Knowledge in Democratic Politics (FKDP) Convenor: Andrew Reid Session 1 (ALB 3.008) Our Better Selves: Epistemic Systemic Approach to Mini-Public Deliberation Sævar Finnbogason (University of Iceland) The Legitimacy of Institutions as Generators and Deliberative Democracy Sung Jun Han (Queen's University) Session 2 (ALB 3.008) The Entanglement of Epistemology and Ethics: A Justice-Based Reason to Defer to Scientific Expertise on Matters of Fact Erin Nash (University of Durham) Fact-Checking in the Post-Truth Society Michael Hannon (Institute of Philosophy, University of London) Complex Arguments, Expert Testimony and Public Justification Andrew Reid (University of Leicester) 13

16 From Is to Ought Beyond the State and Capitalism: Exploring Needs in Ethics, Justice and Political Philosophy (FIO) Convenor: Andrew Fassett Chell Mann Session 1 (ALB 3.040) Human Rights: Needs, Interests or Political Artefacts? Nawaz Brohi (University of Hamburg) Examining Elusive versus Genuine Needs: An Islamic Approach to Human Needs Abdol Moghset Bani Kamal (Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University) Session 2 (ALB 3.040) Fat and Sick: Dietary Self-Constitution in Capitalist Modernity Chell Mann (University of Hamburg) From Is to Ought Beyond the State and Capitalism: Exploring Needs in Ethics, Justice and Political Philosophy Andrew Fassett (University of Hamburg) 14

17 Group Agency: Ontology and Implications (GAO) Convenor: Brian Flanagan Session 1 (ALB 3.077) Collective Agency: A Third Ontic Kind Michelle Ciurria (University of Missouri - St. Louis) Group Attitudes Without Group Agents Alexander Prescott-Couch (University of Oxford) Ontological Individualism, Group Agency and Responsibility Giulia Lasagni (Università di Parma) Session 2 (ALB 3.077) Higher-Order Causation Revisited Horia Tarnovanu The Moral Rights of Group Agents Frank Hindriks (University of Groningen) Theories of Group Agency: Preliminary Experimental Data Brian Flanagan (Maynooth University) Session 3 (ALB 3.077) Collectivization Duties and Coalitions of the Willing: The Thesis of Epistemic Complexity Niels de Haan (University of Vienna) Sociomaterial Agency Beyond Group Agency Thomas Brouwer (University of Leeds), Roberta Ferrario (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies), and Daniele Porello (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies) 15

18 Human Solidarity, Sentiment, and Cosmopolitan Justice (HSSC) Convenors: Kerri Woods Joshua Hobbs Session 1 (HBS G.6) Who Cares About Global Justice? On Human Solidarity and Cosmopolitan Motivation Kerri Woods (University of Leeds) The Limits of Cosmopolitan Empathy: Teju Cole s Open City Maya Caspari (University of Leeds) Affective Solidarity in Encounters with Distant Suffering: In Defence of Mere Feltness Tim Markham (Birkbeck, University of London) Session 2 (HBS G.6) Teaming Up or Tearing Apart? An Account of Solidarity across Borders in the Context of the European Refugee Emergency Eleonora Milazzo (European University Institute) Fear, Self-Interest, and Sympathy: Achieving Solidarity and Justice for Refugee Health Peter West-Oram (Christian-Albrechts-University) Solidarity and Community Service Oriol Farres Juste (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) Session 3 (HBS G.6) Sentiment, Agency, and Global Poverty: Towards a Dialogic Model of Political Sentimental Education Joshua Hobbs (University of Leeds) Hope and Solidarity in Global Justice Jeffrey Spring (St. Francis Xavier University) Transnational Practices of Solidarity and the Experience of Connectedness in a Globalized World Michael Reder (Munich School of Philosophy) Session 4 (HBS G.6) Should Sentimental Cosmopolitanism Be Realistic? Jordan Hanford (University of Auckland) Cosmopolitan Solidarity: Lessons from the Past Stefan Pederson (University of Leeds) From National Solidarity to Cosmopolitan Solidarity with Jürgen Habermas Alex Elliott (University of Sussex) 16

19 Legitimacy in Context: Normativity between Descriptions and Independent Values (LC) Convenors: Ilaria Cozzaglio Chiara Destri Greta Favara Session 1 (ALB G.018) For an Agonistic Element in Realist Legitimacy Manon Westphal (University of Munster) The Structure of a Belief in Legitimacy and the Centrality of Values for a Political Realist Approach Ilaria Cozzaglio (University of Milan) It s in Your Interest! Instrumentalism, Proceduralism and Prudential Justification of Democracy Chiara Destri (University of Milan) Session 2 (ALB G.018) Political Realism and the Status Quo Greta Favara (University of Milan) Consciousness Raising and Contextualism Ane Engelstad (University of Sussex) Back to the Social: On the Contribution of Immanent Social Theory to Political Realism Anderson Borges (Free University Berlin) Deliberation in Context: Citizens, Experts, and Necessary Constraints on their Authority Janusz Grygieńć (Nicolaus Copernicus University) 17

20 Liberal Neutrality and Oppression (LNO) Convenors: Elizabeth Edenberg Emily McGill-Rutherford Session 3 (HBS G.35) Can a Neutral State Combat Oppression? Elizabeth Edenberg (Georgetown University) Liberal Neutrality and Rectificatory Justice Marcus Arvan (University of Tampa) Neutrality as Ideology Andrew Franklin-Hall (University of Toronto) Session 4 (HBS G.35) On the Emancipatory Potential of Hands Off Neutrality Peter Balint (The University of New South Wales) Implicit Bias and Public Reason Lori Watson (University of San Diego) Political Liberal Citizenship Education and Non-Domination Blain Neufeld (University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee) Session 5 (HBS G.35) Feminism as a Comprehensive Doctrine? Carol Hay (University of Massachusetts Lowell) Valuing Neutrality: Liberalism and Relational Autonomy Emily McGill-Rutherford (Keene State College) and Elizabeth Edenberg (Georgetown University) 18

21 Moral Equality and Equal Respect (MEER) Convenor: Giacomo Floris Session 1 (HBS Philosophy Meeting Room) Equality and Self-Understanding Christopher Nathan (University of Warwick) Equal Respect for Rational Agency Michael Cholbi (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona) Two Bases of Moral Status: A Potentiality Account Giacomo Floris (University of Manchester) Session 2 (HBS Philosophy Meeting Room) Respect, Esteem and Social Norms Costanza Porro (King's College London) Moral Equality, Equal Respect and Responding to Wrong Helen Brown Coverdale (University College London) Care Ethics New Theory of Respect Haley Mathis (University of Miami) Session 3 (HBS Philosophy Meeting Room) Democracy Within, Justice Without: The Duties of Informal Political Representatives Wendy Salkin (Harvard University) Respect as Justifiability to Others and Risk Imposition Eike Düvel (University of Graz) Foster Equal Respect by offering Shared Public Reason A Defense for the requirement of Shareability Baldwin Wong (The Chinese University) 19

22 New Ideas in Economic Justice (NIEJ) Convenor: Mark Reiff Session 1 (ALB 2.017) How Does Unfairness THreaten the UK Economy? Edward Smyth (Positive Money) Political Power and Economic Power Liberalism, Realism, and the Political Economy Perspective Rutger Claassen (Utrecht University) On Limitarianism Christian Neuhäuser (Dortmund University of Technology) Session 2 (ALB 2.017) International Financial Domination, or: How the FED Proves Rawls Wrong Lisa Herzog (Technical University of Munich) Immigration and Economic Justice Janelle Pötzsch (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) In Defense of Public Sector Unions Mark Reiff (University of California at Davis) Session 3 (ALB 2.017) Free Markets and Exploitation Hillel Steiner (University of Manchester) Are Pre-Distribution and Property-Owning Democracy Mutually Compatible? Alan Thomas (University of York) Three Models of Labor Justice Denise Celentano (University of Catania and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris) Session 4 (ALB 2.017) Bargaining-based Fairness Benjamin Ferguson (Philosophy and PPE, VU Amsterdam) Can a Good Person Be a Good Trader? An Ethical Defense of the Financial Profession David Thunder (Institute for Culture and Society, Religion & Civil Society Project, University of Navarra) Open Discussion 20

23 Non-Paradigmatic Punishments (NPP) Convenors: Bill Wringe Helen Brown Coverdale Session 4 (ALB G.030) Punishing Non-Citizens Bill Wringe (Bilkent University) A Non-Paradigmatic Understanding of Paradigmatic Punishment: Care in Prison Helen Brown Coverdale (University College London) Is Punishment of the Late Stage Demented for their Past Crimes Morally Legitimate? Oliver Hallich (Universität Duisburg-Essen) Session 5 (ALB G.030) Punishing the Innocent: Normative Innocence and Non-Mala Actions Re'em Segev (Hebrew University) Killing Outside the Law in Contemporary Mexico: A Theoretical Revision of the Concept of Lynching Melany Cruz (University of Birmingham) 21

24 Relating to Nature: Alternative Approaches and Solutions to the Transgression of Planetary Boundaries (RN) Convenor: Anna Wienhues Session 1 (HBS G.35) The Rhetoric of the Anthropocene: A Conceptual and Philosophical Analysis Ewa Bińczyk (Nicolaus Copernicus University) The Nature Reserve and the Oil Refinery: Narratives of Co-Existence Douglas Ponton and Mara Benadusi (University of Catania) via Skype Earth Stewardship: Domination, Preservation and Ecological Restoration Linnea Luuppala (University of Helsinki) Session 2 (ALB 2.066) Leopold's Land Ethic and Existentialism Derek Thomas Halm (Western Michigan University) Alasdair MacIntyre and Green Political Thought Adam Simcock (Keele University) Carl Schmitt Nomos and the Environment: A New Approach Marco Genovesi (University of Nottingham) Session 3 (ALB 2.066) Prudence and the Dangers of Proposing Planetary Boundaries Mark Charlesworth (Keele University) Scarcity and the Demands of Ecological Justice: The Half-Earth Proposal Anna Wienhues (University of Manchester) Lessons from the Intergenerational Justice Literature: How to Increase the Prospects of Justice for Non-Humans in Democratic Institutions Joshua Wells (University of Reading) Session 4 (ALB 2.066) Roundtable Discussion 22

25 The Good Family and the State (GFS) Convenors: Daniela Cutas Kalle Grill Session 1 (HBS 1.70) Goods of Family Promoting the Intrinsic Goods of Childhood Dennis Arjo (Johnson County Community College) Marriage: An Ideal Framework for the Flourishing of the Essential Goods of Romantic Love Esther Kroeker (University of Antwerp) What is a Good Family and (How) Should the State Promote It? Daniela Cutas (Umeå University) Session 2 (HBS 1.70) The Family and Government Institutions Family Interests and Medical Decisions Paul Baines (University of Birmingham) Medicine, Family and the State Anna Smajdor (University of Oslo) Practices not Institutions: Towards a More Viable Normative Model of the Family Esther Dermott & Tim Fowler (University of Bristol) Session 3 (HBS 1.70) The Good Family and the Liberal State Liberal Neutrality and Family Traditions: Why Parental Transmission of Comprehensive Doctrines is Defensible Brouke De Vries (MPI for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity) Against the Family: Personal Relationships and the Liberal State Sabine Hohl (University of Graz) State Support for Larger and More Diverse Families Kalle Grill (Umeå University) 23

26 The October Revolution 100 Years On (OR) Convenor: Mark Cowling Session 1 (ALB G.030) Rosa Luxemburg and the Failed German Revolution of 1919 Mark Cowling (Teesside University) The History of Criminal Selectivity Valeria Vegh Weis (Strathmore University) Session 3 (ALB G.030) A Vanguard Revolution? Michael Lebowitz Critique of the Vanguard Marxism Paul Raekstad (University of Amsterdam) Lenin, Anarchism and 1917 David Bates (Canterbury Christchurch University) 24

27 The Politics and Ethics of Disenfranchisement (PED) MANCEPT Workshops 2017 Convenors: Andrei Poama Tom Theuns Session 2 (ALB G.017) Epistemic Disenfranchisement and Voting Lotteries [Against] Disenfranchisement Through Voting Lotteries Alexandru Volacu (SNSPA Bucharest) Revisiting the Enfranchisement Lottery Claudio Lopez-Guerra (Mexico City CIDE) A Civic Argument for Epistocratic Disenfranchisement Michele Giavazzi (University of Warwick) Session 3 (ALB G.017) Legal Capacity and Penal Disenfranchisement Disenfranchisement, Mental Capacity and Subjection to Law Attila Mráz (Central European University) Disenfranchisement as Internal Exclusion: Politics Beyond Human Rights and Democracy Pablo Marshall (Universidad Austral de Chile) Voting as Punishment? Penal Expressivism and Democratic Legitimacy Andrei Poama (Leiden University) and Tom Theuns (University of Amsterdam) Session 4 (ALB G.017) Penal Disenfranchisement (Cont.) and the Roma Vote The Nature of Criminal Disenfranchisement Milena Tripkovic (European University Institute) Disenfranchisement Between Mis-representation and Misrecognition Diana Popescu (LSE) The Nomadic Vote Marcus Carlsen Häggrot (University of Oxford) 25

28 The Substance of Linguistic Justice (SLJ) Convenor: Matteo Bonotti Session 1 (HBS 1.69) The Language of Public Reason Brian Carey (University of Limerick) An Economics View on Optimal Language Policy Michele Gazzola (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) Theorizing Multilingual Partisanship Matteo Bonotti (Cardiff University) & Nenad Stojanovic (University of Lucerne) 26

29 Theories of Public Reason (TPR) Convenors: Areti Theofilopoulou Julia Netter Session 1 (ALB 2.016) Political Liberalism, the Burdens of Judgement and the Religious Unreasonable Gabriele Badano (University of Cambridge) & Alasia Nuti (University of York) On the Liberal Duty to Deliberate with the Illiberal Marilie Coetsee (Rutgers University) Liberal Legitimacy and Justifiability to All Emil Andersson (Uppsala University) Session 2 (ALB 2.016) Political Justification and the Problems of Moral Status Revisited Jeremy Williams (University of Birmingham) Public Reason for Non-Citizens Frodo Podschwadek (University of Glasgow) Public Reason and the Exclusion of Children Areti Theofilopoulou (University of Oxford) Session 3 (ALB 2.016) Public Reason and Inquiry in the Natural Law Tradition Dominic Farrell (Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum) Persistent Disagreement in Contexts of Reasonable Pluralism Alexander Andreevich Motchoulski (University of Arizona) Public Justification, Self-Defeat, and Second Ordered-ness Muralidharan Anantharaman (University of Warwick) Session 4 (ALB 2.016) Justificatory Pluralism for the Principle of Public Reason CM Lim (University College London) Autonomy, Empirical Reasons, and Justificatory Liberalism s Accessibility Requirement Arthur Hill (Queen's University, Canada) Public Reason and Democratic Agency Sameer Bajaj (University of Arizona) 27

30 Toleration and the Challenges to Liberalism (TCL) Convenors: Johannes Drerup Gottfried Schweiger Session 2 (HBS Cordingley) What can the neutral tolerant state do? Peter Balint (UNSW Canberra) Paternalistic Limits to Liberal Toleration? Michael Kühler (University of Twente) Is Tolerance Liberal? Humeira Iqtidar (Kings College London) Session 3 (HBS Cordingley) On Consensus Vs Convergence Justification of Tolerance Gilles Beauchamp (Université de Sherbrooke) Public Reason and the Burdens of Citizenship: A Case for Toleration Andrea Baumeister (University of Stirling) The Limits of Toleration and Freedom of Expression; the Case of Climate Change Denial Daniel Harris (University of Reading) Session 4 (HBS Cordingley) The Limits of Toleration: Cultural Rights Without Individual Oppression Marie-Kerguelen Le Blevennec (Georgia State University) Religiosity in the Age of Liberalism and Toleration The Lockean Case Vered Sakal (University of Pennsylvania) Multiculturalism in Colombia: Assessing the Morality of Internal Restrictions within Illiberal Minorities Sebastián Rudas (KU Leuven) Session 5 (HBS Cordingley) Why and How Does Moral Pluralism Replace Toleration? Herzl Baruch (Beit Berl College) Political Toleration as a Heuristic Framework for Social Injustice Kenta Nakaima (Kyushu University) Must Liberals Tolerate Nomadism? Marcus Häggrot (Oxford University) 28

31 Value Pluralism and Public Ethics (VPPE) Convenors: Derek Edyvane Demetris Tillyris Session 1 (HBS G.33) Value Pluralism- Historical and Conceptual Approaches Pillar or Placebo? Value Pluralism and Its Ethical Implications Patrick Overeem (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) Richly Imaginative Barbarism : Stuart Hampshire and the Normality of Conflict Derek Edyvane (University of Leeds) Michael Oakeshott's contribution to Value Pluralism Kaveh Pourvand (London School of Economics) Session 2 (HBS G.33) Value Pluralism The Problem of Dirty Hands Who Can Be Responsible for Dirty Hands? Understanding Representation in the Face of Value Pluralism Christina Nick (University of Leeds) Dirty Hands and Reparation for Displacing Refugees James Souter (University of Leeds) Responding to Dirty Hands Scenarios Cristina Roadevin (University of Sheffield) Democratic Dirty Hands: Exploring Citizen Guilt and Responsibility Stephen de Wijze (University of Manchester) Session 3 (HBS G.33) Value Pluralism Contemporary Political Problems Between Virtuous Movements and Dirty Politics. Value Conflict and the Situatedness of Ethico- Political Conduct in Darjeeling/India Miriam Wenner (University of Gottingen) Reflections on a Crisis: Political Disenchantment, Moral Desolation and Political Integrity Demetris Tillyris (Canterbury Christ Church University) Internal Reasons and the Problem of Climate Change David Hall (Auckland University of Technology) Session 4 (HBS G.33) Value Pluralism Conceptual Approaches, Problems and Challenges Moral Conflict and the Ethics of Compromise in Politics Cecile Hatier (St Mary s University) Pluralism, Pessimism, and the Mutuality Principle Luke Brunning (University of Oxford) Pluralism in Political Theory: Three Options Nat Rutherford (University of London) 29

32 Vocations of Realist Political Theory (VRPT) Convenors: Gulsen Seven Ferenc Horcher Session 3 (HBS G.32) The History of Political Realism Glory as a Political Value Zoltán Balázs (Corvinus University of Budapest) Machiavelli and the Limits of Realism in International Relations Damian Ilodigwe (SS Peter and Paul Seminary) Francesco Guicciardini: Realist Historian? Theorist? Statesman? Ferenc Hörcher (Pázmány Péter Catholic University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Realism and its History: Ralf Dahrendorf and the Contingent Turn of the 1970s Marius Strubenhoff (University of Cambridge) Session 4 (HBS G.32) The Theory of Political Realism Political Realism as a Critique of Moral Rationalism Tibor Mándi (Eötvös Loránd University) Unrealistic Utopia - The Realist Criticism of Rawls's Ideal Theory Dóra-Kis Jakab (Eötvös Lóránd Unversity) Political Realism and the Investigation of Legitimacy as a Normative Concept: How Can It Be Distinct from the Moralist Approach? Shin Osawa (The University of Kitakyushu) Freedom from Hope or Fear Zoltan Gábor Szűcs (Institute of Political Science, HAS Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest, Hungary) Session 5 (HBS G.32) The Politics of Political Realism Democratic Realism Christopher Meckstroth (University of Cambridge) Taking Enmity Seriously: Lessons from Schmitt s Realist Political Thought Csaba Olay (Eötvös Loránd University) The Relevance of Political Realism James Alexander (Bilkent University) The Politics of Realism Paul A. Raekstad (University of Amsterdam) 30

33 Contact List Sean Aas Georgetown University Matthew Adams University of Virginia Bolarinwa Adediran University of Manchester Kamil Aksiuto Maria Curie-Sklodowska University James Alexander Bilkent University Muralidharan Anantharaman University of Warwick Emil Andersson Uppsala University Dennis Arjo Johnson County Community College Marcus Arvan University of Tampa Elizabeth Ashford University of St Andrews Semande Ayihongbe Newcastle University Christian Baatz Kiel University Gabriele Badano University of Cambridge Paul Baines Alder Hey Hospital Sameer Bajaj University of Arizona Zoltan Balazs Centre for Social Science, Hungarian Academy of Science Peter Balint UNSW Michael Barnes Georgetown University David Barnes USMA, West Point Herzl Baruch Beit Berl College Elvira Basevich City University of New York David Bates Canterbury Christ Church University Andrea Baumeister University of Stirling Saba Bazargan- Forward UC San Diego Giles Beauchamp Université de Sherbrooke Derek Bell University of Newcastle Jonathan Benson University of Manchester Lucky Benson University of Manchester Marco Bernardini Independent researcher Tadeusz Biernat AFM Krakow University Ewa Binczyk Nicolaus Copernicus University Matteo Bonotti Cardiff University Anderson Borges Free University Berlin Nawaz Ali Brohi University of Hamburg Thomas Brouwer University of Leeds Helen Brown Coverdale University College London Luke Brunning University of Oxford Adrian Byrne Positive Money Brian Carey University of Limerick Marcus Carlsen Häggrot University of Oxford Maya Caspari University of Leeds Amanda Cawston Tilburg University Denise Celentano University of Catania/EHESS, Paris Chetan Cetty University of Pennsylvania Naima Chahboun Stockholm University 31

34 Elton Chan Yale-NUS College Joseph Chan The University of Hong Kong Mark Charlesworth Keele University Richard Child University of Manchester Clayton Chin University of Melbourne Maciej Chmielinski University of Lodz Michael Cholbi California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Michelle Ciurria University of Missouri - St. Louis Rutger Claassen Utrecht University Marilie Coetsee Rutgers University Stephanie Collins University of Manchester Ilaria Cozzaglio University of Milan Melany Cruz University of Birmingham Daniela Cutas Umeå University Matthew Dahl University of Notre Dame Natalia Danilkina Radboud University Nijmegen Jeremy Davis University of Toronto Niels De Haan University of Vienna Bouke De Vries Max Planck Institute Steve De Wijze University of Manchester Esther Dermott University of Bristol Chiara Destri University of Milan Antonio Di Biagio University of St Andrews Johannes Drerup University of Koblenz-Landau Lu-Vada Dunford University of Toronto Eike Düvel Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz Elizabeth Edenberg Georgetown University Derek Edyvane University of Leeds Alex Elliott University of Sussex Ane Engelstad University of Sussex Dominic Farrell Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum Orriol Farres-Juste Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Andrew Fassett University of Hamburg Greta Favara University of Milan Benjamin Ferguson VU Amsterdam Roberta Ferrario Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies Sævar Finnbogason University of Iceland Brian Flanagan Maynooth University Giacomo Floris University of Manchester Tim Fowler University of Bristol Andrew Franklin-Hall University of Toronto Christina Friedlaender The University of Memphis Laura Garcia University of Valencia 32

35 Michele Gazzola Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Marco Genovesi University of Nottingham Clementina Giulia Maria Gentile Fusillo University of Warwick Vittorio Gerosa University of Manchester Michele Giavazzi University of Warwick Marc Goetzmann University of Nice Sophia Antipolis James Goodrich Rutgers University Kalle Grill Umeå University Daniel Groll Carleton College Janusz Grygienc Nicolaus Copernicus University Mattias Gunnemyr Lund University David Hall AUT University Oliver Hallich Universität Duisburg-Essen Derek Halm Western Michigan University Melissa Hamilton University of Surrey Xiao Han Communication University of China Sung Jun Han Queen's University Jordan Hanford University of Auckland Michael Hannon University of London Daniel Harris University of Reading Cecile Hatier St Mary's University Carol Hay University of Massachusetts Lowell Karoline Helbig Helmut Schmidt University Blake Hereth University of Washington-Seattle Lisa Herzog Hochschule für Politik / TU Munich Arthur Hill Queen's University, Canada Frank Hindriks University of Groningen Joshua Hobbs University of Leeds Sabine Hohl University of Graz Stephen Hood University of Manchester Ferenc Hörcher (Pázmány Péter Catholic University and Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Damien Ilodigwe University of Ibadan Humeira Iqtidar King's College London Ruxandra Ivanescu University of manchester Simon Kaye King's College London Dóra Kis-Jakab Hungarian Academy of Sciences Paul Knights University of Manchester Amnon Knoll Tel Aviv University Evan Knott University of Glasgow Esther Kroeker University of Antwerp Daniel Kuchler IR Online/FU Berlin Michael Kühler University of Twente Cheuk Bun Lai University of Hong Kong 33

36 Luke Land University of Manchester Silje Aa. Langvatn University of Oslo Giulia Lasagni Università di Parma David Lawrence University of Newcastle Anh Le University of Manchester Marie Le Blevennec Georgia State University om Maria Lewandowicz University of Gdansk Zhuoyao Li Boston College Chong Ming Lim University College London Claudio López-Guerra CIDE, Mexico City Linnea Luuppala University of Helsinki Tibor Mandi Eötvös Loránd University Chell Mann Universität Hamburg Tim Markham Birkbeck, University of London Pablo Marshall Universidad Austral de Chile Haley Mathis University of Miami Emily McGill- Rutherford Keene State College Alastair McLeish University of Aberdeen Chris Meckstroth University of Cambridge Maria Mendez University of Glasgow Eleonora Milazzo European University Institute Seumas Miller TU Delft Alfred Moore University of Cambridge Alexander Motchoulski University of Arizona Attila Gergely Mraz Central European University Nicola Mulkeen University of Manchester Kenta Nakaima Kyushu University/ISGS Erin Nash University of Durham Christopher Nathan University of Warwick Julia Netter University of Oxford Blain Neufield University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Christian Neuhaeuser TU Dortmund Stijn Neuteleers UCL - University of Louvain Christina Nick University of Leeds Alasia Nuti University of York Lauri Ojalehto University of Helsinki Csaba Olay Eötvös Loránd University Shin Osawa The University of Kitakyushu Patrick Overeem VU Amsterdam Anna Pacholczyk University of Bristol Phil Parvin Loughborough University James Pattison University of Manchester 34

37 Stefan Pedersen University of Leeds Wouter Peeters University of Birmingham Yael Peled McGill University Aidan Penn University of Oxford Alex Pepper University of Manchester Matthew Perry University of Manchester k Andrei Poama Leiden University Frodo Podschwadek University of Glasgow Janelle Poetzsch KWI Essen Douglas Ponton University of Catania Costanza Porro King's College London Kaveh Pourvand London School of Economics Alexander Prescott-Couch University of Oxford Muireann Quigley Newcastle Law School Paul Raekstad University of Amsterdam Pierce Randall University of Pennsylvania Michael Reder Munich School of Philosophy Andrew Reid University of Leicester Mark Reiff University of California at Davis Stephen Riley Cristina Roadevin University of Sheffield Joseph Roberts University of Manchester Miriam Ronzoni University of Manchester Noemie Rouault University of Manchester Sebastian Rudas KU Leuven - University of Sao Paulo Marie-des- Neiges Ruffo Université de Namur Michal Rupniewski University of Lodz Nat Rutherford University of London Vered Sakal Tel Aviv University Wendy Salkin Harvard University Ana Sanchez Santana University of Manchester Jorge Sanchez-Perez McMaster University Naomi Scheinerman Yale University Christian Schemmel University of Manchester Robert Seddon Honorary Fellow, Durham University Re'em Segev Hebrew University Gulsen Seven Bilkent University Liam Shields University of Manchester May Sim College of the Holy Cross Adam Simcock Keele University 35

38 Anna Smajdor University of Oslo Leonie Smith University of Manchester Ed Smythe Positive Money James Souter University of Leeds Joanne Swaffield University of Newcastle Andras Szigeti Linköping University/University of Gothenburg Horia Tarnovanu Areti Theofilopoul ou University of Oxford Tom Theuns University of Amsterdam Alan Thomas University of York David Thunder University of Navarra Demetris Tillyris Canterbury Christ Church University Milena Tripkovic European University Institute Ian Turner University of Central Lancashire Karijn Van den Berg Aberystwyth University Sara Van Goozen University of Manchester Irene Vanini University of Milan Lieske Voget- Kleschin Kiel University Alexandru Volacu SNSPA Bucharest Lori Watson University of San Diego Eva Weiler Universität Duisburg-Essen Alexander Weiß Helmut Schmidt University Joshua Wells University of Reading Miriam Wenner Goettingen University Peter West-Oram Christian-Albrechts-University Manon Westphal University of Munster Anna Wienhues University of Manchester r.ac.uk Sarah Wilford King's College London Jeremy Williams University of Birmingham Baldwin Wong Chinese University, Hong Kong Kerri Woods University of Leeds Bill Wringe Bilkent University Jingcai Ying University of Virginia Marcin Zgiep University of Warsaw Valerij Zisman Bielefeld University 36

39 MANCEPT Workshops Organising Team Richard Child Sara Van Goozen Nicola Mulkeen Noémie Rouault Christian Schemmel MANCEPT Workshops Helpers Bolarinwa Adediran Jonathan Benson Lucky Benson Vittorio Gerosa Ruxandra Ivanescu Luke Land Anh Le Matthew Perry Ana Sanchez Santana 37

40 Ideas of Places to Dine Brodsky Restaurant (in the RNCM) ( ) Modern British Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD. (approx. 1 min walk from the conference) Home ( ) British, Italian 2, Tony Wilson Place, Manchester M15 4FN (20 min walk) The Refuge at the Principal Hotel Small plates, international Oxford St, Manchester M60 7HA (15 min walk) Umami ( ) Japenese Sushi and noodle bar Oxford Rd, Manchester, M1 7EE (approx. 4 min walk from the conference) Pizza Express ( ) Pizza and Italian 79 Oxford Street, M1 6FQ (approx. 16 min walk from the conference) Red Chilli ( ) Chinese Oxford Rd, M13 9WL (approx. 8 min walk from the conference) Try Thai Thai trythai.com/ Faulkner St, Manchester M1 4FH (20 min walk) 38

41 Notes 39

42 40 Notes

43 Notes

44 The dinner will be held at the Midland Hotel Peter St, Manchester M60 2DS MANCEPT Workshop Humanities Bridgeford Street Building MANCEPT Workshop Arthur Lewis Building Student Accomodation is at Hulme Hall, Oxford Place, Victoria Park, M14 5RR

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