Social Ontology and Social Justice
2500 University Dr.
Calgary T2N 1N4
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This conference will deal with issues that connect social justice to social ontology.
- Race and reparations
- Gender and transfeminist politics
- Medicalisation and social marginalisation
- Money and economic policy
- Institutions and political philosophy
- Group agency and collective responsibility
- Conceptual engineering
- Culture, race, and philosophy of science
- Language and language rights
The schedule is as follows:
Friday, May 5th:
- 10am: Li Zhixuan, University of Hong Kong: Intrapersonal Intelligibility in Hermeneutical Injustice—A Phenomenological Perspective
- 11am: Dinez Clarke, York University: Slurs and Slurring: Beyond Prohibition
- 1pm: Nigel Freno, McMaster University: Political Graffiti in Action: An Application of Kukla’s and Lance’s Pragmatic Topology of Speech Acts to Political Graffiti
- 2pm: David Liebesman, University of Calgary
Saturday, May 6th:
- 10am: James Murphy, Indiana University Bloomington: Do We Need a Metaphysics of Gender?
- 11am: Bru Perron, Concordia University: Genderqueerity: A Case for Non-Substantivity
- 1pm: Eric Wilkinson, McGill University: The Regress of Separatism
- 2pm: Casey Johnson, University of Idaho
Contact Larry Blomme at [email protected] with any questions.
This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).
April 1, 2023, 9:00am MST