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Schedule 2015

28/1 Gunnar Björnsson & Bengt Brülde (Gothenburg): ”Normative responsibilities: structure and sources” Flov

29/1 Abdahalid Alilja (Gothenburg): “Islamic theory of sovereignty”
Discussant: Ann-Kristin Jonasson Pol.sci

4/2 Azemine Halili defends her Master’s thesis “Hur är en fattig i Sverige? En undersökning av relativa faktorer hos tre teorier om fattigdom” (in Swedish)
Opponent: Lars Gäfvert Flov


18/2 Joakim Sandberg (Gothenburg): “Towards a theory of sustainable finance”
Discussant: TBA Flov

25/2 Bengt Brülde (Gothenburg) on climate ethics
Discussant: Christian Munthe Flov

26/2 Ann Towns (Gothenburg): “Understanding Social Hierarchies and their Implications for state status-seeking”
Discussant: Ulrika Möller Pol.sci

4/3 Susanna Radovic (Gothenburg): “Delusions and criminal responsibility”
Discussant: Sofia Jeppsson Flov

11/3 -

12/3 Johan Brännmark (Malmö): “In Defense of the Nanny State”
Discussant: Göran Duus Otterström Pol.sci

18/3 Sofia Jeppsson (Stockholm) on forward- vs backward-looking reasons for holding someone responsible
Discussant: Ida Hallgren Flov

25/3 James Dempsey (University of Warwick): “Reckless Complicity and Moral Responsibility” Flov

26/3 Fredrik Dybfest Hjortén (Gothenburg): “When to intervene? - Reasonable costs and probability of success”
Discussant: Adrian Hyde-Price Pol.sci


8/4 Petra Andersson (Gothenburg): TBA
Discussant: Thomas Hartvigsson Flov

15/4 Ragnar Francén Olinder (Gothenburg): TBA
Discussant: Olof Leffler Flov

16/4 Lotar Rasinski (Wroclaw, Poland): “Beyond critical theory. Marx, Wittgenstein, and emancipatory practice”
Discussant: Katarzyna Jezierska Pol.sci
Lokal: Pilen

22/4 Mikael Dubois (KTH): TBA Flov

29/4 Gunnar Björnsson (Umeå/Gothenburg): TBA
Discussant: TBA Flov

5/5 Verina Wild (University of Zürich & The Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich): Practical philosophy and the Moral Responsibility Research invites to an extra open seminar: "The Ethics of Migration Health" Flov

6/5 Verina Wild (University of Zürich & The Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich): “Experiments on self-responsiblity for health and their impact on society: How to define the ethics of health behavior research?” Flov

7/5 Marcus Agnafors (Linköping/Gothenburg): “Moralizing good Government”
Discussant: Victor Lapuente Gine Pol.sci

13/5 Marco Tiozzo (Gothenburg) on peer disagreement
Discussant: TBA Flov

20/5 Christian Munthe (Gothenburg): “Hate Crimes, Mental Disorder and Criminal Responsibility”
Discussant: Susanna Radovic Flov

27/5 Gert Helgesson (Karolinska Institutet): TBA Flov

28/5 Johan Hyrén (Gothenburg): ”Styrning och subjektsproduktion i skolans värld” (in Swedish)
Discussant: TBA Pol.sci
Lokal: Pilen

3/6 Sandra Lindgren (Gothenburg): TBA
Discussant: Petra Andersson Flov

4/6 Adrian Hyde-Price: “The Ontology of War”
Discussant: Fredrik Dybfest Hjortén Pol.sci

10/6 Caj Strandberg (Oslo): TBA
Discussant: Ragnar Francén Olinder Flov

Schedule fall 2015


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