KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


 

1st Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 9-10 January 2003

 

Hillel Steiner (University of Manchester), Duties to Enforce Rights

Anna Elisabetta Galeotti (Università del Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli), Self-Deception: Intentional Strategy or Mental Trap?

 

2nd Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 15-16 April 2004

 

Gianfrancesco Zanetti (Università di Modena), Friendship and Politics: A Tentative Reconstruction

Peter Jones (University of Newcastle), Toleration, Recognition, and Identity

 

3rd Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 15-16 September 2005

 

Jonathan Wolff (University College London), Addressing Disadvantage While Respecting People 

Michele Nicoletti (Università di Trento), Towards a European Civil Society: religions, politics and public ethics

 

4th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

7-8 September 2006

 

Philippe Van Parijs (Université Catholique de Louvain), Real Freedom for All: Three Interpretations

Sebastiano Maffettone (LUISS “Guido Carli”, Roma), Global Justice and Pluralist Integration

 

 5th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 6-7 September 2007

 

Andrew Williams (University of Warwick), Poverty and Resistance

Giovanni Giorgini (Università di Bologna), ‘And after all we’re only ordinary men’. Some reflections on the ordinary human being

 

6th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

16-17 September 2008

 

David Miller (University of Oxford), Democracy’s Scope

Alessandro Ferrara (University of Roma, Tor Vergata), Another Universalism: The Force of the Example

 

7th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 24-25 September 2009

 

Michael Otsuka (London School of Economics), Risking Life and Limb

Nadia Urbinati (Columbia University, NY), Unpolitical Democracy

 

8th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 16-17 September 2010

 

Valeria Ottonelli (Università di Genova), Equal Respect, Democracy and Political Agency 

Adam Swift (University of Warwick), Parents’ Rights, Children’s Schools: Shaping Values, Conferring Advantage

 

9th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 22-23 September 2011

 

Anna Elisabetta Galeotti (Università del Piemonte Orientale, Vercelli), Autonomy and Double Standards

Jerry Gaus (University of Arizona), A Tale of Two Sets: Public Reason in Equilibrium

 

10th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

3-4 September 2012

 

Serena Olsaretti (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona), The Foundations of Libertarianism

Thomas Scanlon (Harvard University), Ideas of the Good in Moral and Political Philosophy

 

11th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

9-10 September 2013

 

Sebastiano Maffettone (LUISS, Roma), From Inter-National Justice to Global Justice 

Philip Pettit (Princeton University), Democracy and Justice

 

12th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

18-19 September 2014

 

Carla Bagnoli (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Gaslighting: The Case of Epistemic Oppression

Thomas Christiano (University of Arizona), Democracy, Migration and International Institutions

 

13th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 8-9 September 2015

 

Fabienne Peter (University of Warwick), Why Public Reason?

Furio Cerutti (Università di Firenze), The Shifting Time Structure of Politics

 

14th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 13-14 September 2016

 

Andrea Sangiovanni (King’s College London), Varieties of Moral Status

Antonella Besussi (Università di Milano), Disagreement and Toleration

 

15th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 12-13 September 2017

 

Mario De Caro (Università degli studi di Roma Tre and Tufts University), Political Anthropology in the Age of Cognitive Science

Cécile Laborde (Nuffield College, Oxford), Liberal Neutralism, Abortion and Cognate Problems

16th Pavia Graduate Conference in Political Philosophy

 19-20 September 2018

 

Luigi Caranti (University of Catania),Human Rights: Three Foundational Approaches and one Proposal.

Margaret Moore (Queen’s University, Kingston and Olof Palme Visiting Professor, University of Stockholm),The Ethics of Migration and Common Ownership of the Earth.