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Workshops and Conferences

Freedom and Coercion

Workshop, November 28-30, 2013

Organised by the ERC Project "Distortions of Normativity"
Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna



Thursday, Nov. 28th
NIG, Lecture room 2i
17:00-19:00 Arthur Ripstein (Toronto)
Not on the Merits: Kant and the Law of War
This is a Joint Lecture with the "Philosophy Lectures Series" organised by Martin Kusch, Hans Bernhard Schmid and Friedrich Stadler

Friday, Nov. 29th
NIG, Lecture room 3C
9:00-10:30 Sorin Baiasu (Vienna/Keele)
Normativity, Externality and Unconditionality: Kant's Juridical Imperatives

10:45-12:15 Heiner Klemme (Mainz)
Right, Obligation and Duty in Kant's 'Doctrine of Right'

NIG, Lecture room 3E
14:00-15:30 Christoph Hanisch (Vienna)
Kant on Democracy

15:45-17:15 Paul Guyer (Brown)
Setting and Pursuing Ends: The Relation between Internal and External Freedom

17:30-19:00 Herlinde Pauer-Studer (Vienna)
Kantian Contractualism and the Relations between Internal and External Freedom

Saturday, Nov. 30th
NIG, Lecture room 3E
9:30-11:00 Bernd Ludwig (Goettingen)
Animals, Humans and Persons. On the Close Connection between Freedom and Coercion in Kant's Metaphysics of Morals

11:15-12:45 Alice Pinheiro-Walla (Dublin)
Common Ownership of the Earth and Provisional Right

13:00-14:30 Sharon Byrd (Erlangen)
Provisional and Peremptory Rights in the 'Doctrine of Right'

All welcome!

For further information, visit: http://distortions.univie.ac.at or contact andrea.perchthaler@univie.ac.at


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